Lamborghini, the famous Italian brand known for its luxury cars, has a brand new product being released late December. Just as extravagant and expensive as their cars, the 88 Tauri smartphone will carry the same name, for $6,000.
Despite making watches and other accessories, this is the first of its kind from the brand that markets itself as its name and the wealth attached to it.
Although the product is undeniably of high quality, it has nothing particularly outstanding about it. The technical specs, revealed by the Russian tech website hi-tech.mail.ru, reveal the same type of top quality from other leading smartphones already on the market.
The 88 Tauri will sport a 5-inch HD display, with a super fast 2.3GHz quad-core processor that will be perfectly complimented with a whopping 64GB of storage and 3GB of RAM. Additionally, it will have a particularly outstanding 20 megapixel rear camera and a 8 megapixel front camera. The handheld device will be available in real leather, in your choice of black, red, blue, orange or brown, or steel, available in black, gold, or silver. All phones will have that sleek Lamborghini label.
The price tag seems a bit high, all things considered, but those loyal to the brand will undoubtedly buy the product. The exlusivity of the brand is being emphasized by the fact that only 1,948 88 Tauri will be made, the birth year of the Mr. Lamborghini, the founder. The mobile phone won’t be available until very late December, so it might not be an ideal Christmas present, but for those who can afford the brand and luxury item, it might be a perfect way to bring in the new year.
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