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Much like Porsche Design before it, this isn’t strictly the auto-maker (in this case it’s the son of the famous sports car mogul) releasing a phone. However, these are devices (three phones and a tablet) which bear the family name. Russian site Hi-Tech Mail got a good look at two feature phones (which look remarkably familiar,) the TL688 and TL820, sporting 2- and 2.4-inch displays, along with 3- and 5-megapixel cameras and 4GB and 1GB (expandable) storage respectively. Their main selling point evidently being the hand made gold plate and leather finish. There is a TL700 smartphone, too, which runs on not-so-sporty Android Gingerbread, with an unspecified Qualcomm processor, 3.7-inch 800 x 480 display and 5-megapixel shooter. This one ups the flash-factor some, boasting diamond processed metal and “elements” of crocodile skin.
The tablet is known as the Lamborghini L2800 and has a 9.7-inch 1024 x 768 resolution screen, 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor, 512MB of RAM, and 4GB onboard storage (expandable). How much does all this sense-defying technology cost? Well, the feature phones start at 60,000 rubles, (about $ 1,829) or you can snap up the Android for 30,000 more (about $ 2,743) and treat yourself to the L2800 tablet for a reasonable 75,000 rubles (about $ 2,286). Of course, you’ll have to drive to Russia to get your hands on them, sometime in late August, but we’re guessing if you’re in the market for one of these, that’ll barely dent the plastic anyway.
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Looks like ZTE couldn’t hold its horses until MWC. It’s just unveiled product names and key specs (but alas no product photos) for two Android 4.0 thoroughbreds that’ll be shown off in Barcelona. The first and more interesting is the PF200, which the press release suggests will house an unidentified “1.2GHz chipset,” along with a 4.3-inch qHD display, eight-megapixel rear camera and 1080p (i.e. two-megapixel) front-facer. The handset will support LTE, UMTS and GSM and come with the usual range of sensors and connectivity, as well as DLNA, mobile high-definition link (MHL) and NFC. Meanwhile, the N910 is possibly targeted at certain Asian markets, with LTE FDD, CDMA and EVDO support, a 800 x 480 resolution, five-megapixel camera, 1080p front-facer and a 1.5GHz processor. There are no prices or release dates, but these phones are claimed to be mere “fore-runners of a wide range of LTE devices ZTE will bring to the market in the coming months.” At least one of those as to be Tegra 3, right? Full PR after the break.