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A few blurry pics and a viral video that was promptly yanked from YouTube have led to the official announcement of the Puma Phone, aka, the phone that makes me wish I was more sporty.
I know what you’re thinking – Puma and Sagem, two brands you’re not particularly fond of. Yet, somehow the alchemy is perfect, as Puma has ensured every aspect of the OS and hardware is ultra-styled and feature-led.
We’re jealous. The guys at the Brit division of Crave got their greasy paws on that gorgeous Sagem Porsche P’9521 phone we showed you the other day. Making us feel even worse is the fact that they liked it a lot, writing in their dignified-sounding British way, “it’s not just a piece of rubbish with a Porsche logo on it—it is in fact a rather nifty clamshell handset.”
One of the pics showed us something we didn’t realise before—you know that highly visible Porsche Design logo on the lid? The numerals on its outside screen are displayed in a similar typeface. That’s a cool detail. Our major complaint about the phone is its outrageous $1634 price. [Crave UK]
The Sagem Porsche P’9521 cellphone has resurfaced after its initial intro we showed you last June, and this time there are clean and sexy pics along with some first impressions from LetsGoMobile. The phone will be available sometime before Christmas exclusively at The Phone House for a Porsche-like price of â‚¬1200 ($1685). Egads, that would be a helluva Xmas present. The Amsterdam grope revealed a “tight, stylish design based on aluminium and glass,” and the phone was said to have a “beautiful design.” See for yourself. Even though it’s thick and heavy, its spec list is otherwise fairly standard. But weeee-doggies, check out that cellphone porn.