Is Gresso Azimuth the Sony Ericsson K850 killer we've all been waiting for?


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#2

This post, and http://boingboing.net/2014/03/27/duke-nukem-goes-to-court.html make me wish I could read the internet through a Beschizza-filter browser add-on.


#3

I am struggling to come up with a question about this product that would not imply that this phone is not for me.


#4

Just look at that beautiful Gresso Regal Titanium.
THAT one looks like Vertu Killer.


#5

Sharper Image shouldn’t have gone bankrupt, they should have gone up-market.


#6

It’s super amusing to me how the mass market is getting better phones than the 1% market.

It’s kind of like Toyota selling a $30k car that looks better and goes faster around a track than a McLaren.


#7

wow has every feature of my moto f3 'cept one - $16 unlocked.


#8

Like it’s rival, which was discontinued 7 years ago-- That made me laugh. Thank you!


#10

Does this mean it’s 1999 and I’m 27 again? Cool.


#11

The raised buttons, bare metal, and quasi-Eurostile font kinda reminds me of my dad’s calculator watch from back in the day:

Question is, can it play Space Invaders?


#12

Didn’t you mean to post this yesterday?


#13

Wait, that is a cell phone? I thought it was a TV remote. Just look at the back, single screw and batter door. TV remote.


#14

My calculator watch could.


#15

Uh, April 1 was yesterday.


#16

I’d rather have this.

http://conversations.nokia.com/2014/04/01/nokia-3310-gets-41-megapixel-windows-phone-makeover/


#17

It looks like a remote control, not a phone.


#18

Or a Timex that outperforms a Rolex, one supposes.


#19

Nokia 515.


#20

I wonder what the breakdown of the market for this sort of thing is: how many potential customers just don’t get smartphones, and how many of them are fearful that their smartphone would be hacked into.


#21

Shut up and take my money!