Tag Heuer enters into smartphone market with its $6800 Android Smartphone
Here is something from Tag Heuer, for those mobile users who love to flaunt their costly gadgets in order to show off their wealth. It is the elegant watches maker’s first attempt to enter into the business of manufacturing exorbitant Android smartphones.
The beautiful handset is named as Link, which runs Android 2.2 Froyo that is quite out dated now a days. The device doesn’t have any unusual or unique feature according to its price that starts at 4700-euro (approx US$6820 or Rs. 3,41,000).
The new entrant in the international market comes with a 3.5-inches TFT screen, with some standard Android navigation keys placed at the bottom. There is a 5-megapixel camera provided for clear pictures, a Stereo Bluetooth and Wi-Fi capabilities are also present.
When it comes to the storage space, then the smartphone is limited to a paltry 256MB of internal memory, which is a bit low for a smartphone. Although, you can enhance its memory through a memory card up to 8GB. The new Tag Heuer’s handset offers good talk time of around 6 hours and around two weeks of standby time.
The case is provided in wide variety of materials that users can opt according to their likes, which is pretty much like Tag Heuer’s watches. The company offers you it in different choices like you can get it made of steel, titanium or 18K rose gold, along with some diamonds to enhance its looks. In-fact, if you prefer leather then too you can get the case made from Calfskin leather.
The link is not actually the first mobile phone, which Tag Heuer has developed. The company also had made Meridiist a mobile phone in the year 2008. However, both of its creations do not have anything unique in features.
Lets see how mobile phone users respond towards this mobile phone from the high-end Swiss watch maker.