We’ve seen Mac phone concepts, but never before has a handset borrowed so many elements from Apple MacBook’s design than the Porsche P’9522. The phone is Porsche Design Group‘s latest creation and it’s manufactured from a single block of brushed aluminium, that gives it resistance and hot looks.


P’9522 features a 2.8 inches widescreen AMOLED display with a 400 x 240 pixels resolution, a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, GPS, a fingerprint scanner and a pretty impressive media player (with support for most audio and video formats). There’s also an FM tuner on the specs list, along with WiFi and a microSD slot (cards up to 8GB in storage space) plus Bluetooth.

The main defect of this 12 mm slim device is that it lacks 3G, but don’t most luxury handsets nowadays come with this handicap? Porsche P’9522 supports EDGE connectivity, offers a 240 minutes talk time and bundles a microSD 2GB card and an SD adaptor. You’ll buy this exclusive handset SIM-free for about 600 euros starting from now.

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