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A Mobile Marriage Between Luxury and Technology

By Rose-Hannah Lishman

Despite the growing demand for practical and portable technology that’s increasingly bigger, better and faster than its predecessors, often the most important thing the nation look for when purchasing a product is its appearance.

There’s no wonder then, that brands such as Apple are so successful, releasing high specification technology that performs equally well on the outside with a desirable aesthetic appeal.

However, taking the popular marriage between luxury and technology one step further are precision mobile instrument creators, Mobiado. Purveyors of the most unique mobile-phones on the market, the artistic engineers at the brand have fashioned a world where intricate electronics can be beautiful, and their most recent project, the Professional 3 GCB Great Empires – Russia, is just that.

Combining both cultural and creative elements, the advanced machine is carefully coated in 24 karat gold and skilfully engraved with the Russian Eagle, paying homage to the country’s coat of arms, rich with history.

Whilst the double-headed eagle emblem predates the Byzantine Empire, the golden ball and sceptre represent the Russian Church and the Tsar, ensuring that no stone has been left unturned in this spectacular representation.

Complete with large sapphire crystal plates, gold painted sapphire buttons and gold plated screws, the limited series of 99 phones are truly one of a kind, taking the phrase modern technology to the next level.

In the face of its exquisite outer shell, the handset is just as useful as its market competitors, featuring all the necessary functions of a new mobile phone including dual band 3G coverage, expandable micro SD memory, camera and video camera, web browser, Bluetooth 3.0, email support, and a music player.

The Professional 3 GCB is a luxury requisite, and Mobiado have successfully highlighted the unmistakable decorative art in the daring combination of traditional and modern craftsmanship.

By Rose-Hannah Lishman