TAG Heuer has unveiled the Link smartphone -- a 3.5-inch snakeskin covered Gorilla Glass coated precision made phone that will certainly fulfill any James Bond-like fantasies we would happen to harbor. Specs are a little unknown, but what TAG Heuer is telling us won't be likely to tickle anyone looking for a powerhouse:
- Quadband GSM HSUPA enabled
- 800x480 LCD @16,000,000 colors
- 256MB RAM
- 5MP camera
- Android 2.2
- And a choice of materials: 316L Stainless steel, Gold, Diamonds, Black PVD, Titanium, Rubber, Calfskin leather, Carbon leather, Alligator and Lizard
Clearly dated specs in the age of dual-core and 3D, but I doubt TAG Heuer is going after the typical Android geek with this one. Especially with $6,700 as the base price. It will fill a very small niche, and maybe we'll see one at a police auction one day, because this one won't be hitting the AT&T store any time soon. Anyone at TAG Heuer who would like me to review this one, please contact me. Pretty please. Anyhoo, check out the video after the break. You know you want to.
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