Antares: The $4,000 Lamborghini Android smartphone you’ll never own

Antares: The $4,000 Lamborghini Android smartphone you’ll never own

Got an extra $4,000 lying around, wishing you knew what to do with it? Here’s what you do with it, baller – scoop up a limited edition Antares smartphone.

Priced “around $4,000″, Tonino Lamborghini’s smartphone will be available in limited edition and helps define a new segment in Techno-Luxury. You know, “high income men and women that demand the highest quality of phone with both looks and performance being of equal importance”.

The Antares runs Android 4.2. Jelly Bean and features hardware that teeters between mid-range and high-end. Specifications include a quad-core 1.5 GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB internal storage (MicroSD card slot with 32GB). The sound system is provided by an in-built Yamaha amplifier and speakers while the cameras are a 13-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front-facing shooter duo. 

Start saving now! Antares will be released in limited edition and will be available in Italy, The United Kingdom and The United States from Spring 2014.

…With a unique serial number appearing on the back of every phone…the selected few will be able to fully appreciate its exclusivity, performance and complimentary Italian design. Special attention is paid to the packaging, consisting of a solid aluminum box designed with the unique and creative spirit of Tonino Lamborghini. The body of the smartphone and casing is decorated with classic Tonino Lamborghini symbol, the image of a ‘Raging Bull’ inside the shield, which truly epitomizes the spirit of the brand and the unique desire for perfection…

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