Most of us can't afford any sort of luxury phones that are offered out there, but for those of you who can, there are companies like the one we'll cover in this article. Gresso is a Swiss company which has been around for a while now and already has a significant number of devices out on the market. This company has just announced three new devices as part of their Gresso Regal Black Edition smartphone line, so let's check out what does this company has to offer in terms of luxury smartphones.
The three phones are called Gresso Regal R1, R2 and R3. The Regal R1 is the cheapest one and it costs $3,000, this handset comes with a titanium insert plate and no PVD coating. The Regal R2 and Regal R3 both cost $5,000 and comes with a yellow and white gold logos and plates, respectively. All of these handsets are made out of five solid titanium plates and are manually polished in order to achieve the best quality, according to Gresso. All these handsets are 8.8mm thin and the company says that this is the thinnest luxury phone out on the market today, which is quite possible.
Regarding their specifications, all of these devices have the same specs. They feature a 5-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080) display along with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. They are powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz (undisclosed brand). 13-megapixel camera is located on the back of all these devices, same goes for the 2-megapixel camera on the front while the LED flash is also available on the back of these devices. They don't sport 4G LTE connectivity, only 3G connection and measure 143,2 x 70,2 x 8,8mm while they weight 205 grams.
Gresso made only 999 units, so if you're craving for a luxury smartphone and really want to purchase one, hurry up and click on the source link down below where you can get a copy. As I already mentioned, these handsets are not for everyone, they're certainly not for me, but there are people who want phones like this, so... Either way, if you're interested in checking out how they look, take a look at the gallery down below.