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Porsche Design : P’9521

Posted on: October 6, 2007

I’m going to write about Porsche in this post. Yes, I know this blog is not about cars. But Porsche has has unveiled a phone called P’9521, conjunction with Sagem.

The Porsche P’9521, a solid aluminium block clamshell offering fingerprint technology to lock your phone. And there’s fingerprint-specific speed dialling if you want to take it further. Fingerprint security can be assigned to certain numbers stored in the phone or phone functions. It can be used to replace the standard PIN-code lock. This device can use it’s fingerprint scanner as a 5-way navigator. It can flip-open in 180 degrees. Other than that, you get a 3.2MP camera (with autofocus and two-LED flash), a 1GB miniSD card and Bluetooth. It an EDGE enabled phone. This phone could cost about £815.

Porsche Design Mobile Phone P’9521 – key features

  • Aluminium and mineral glass body
  • Sensitive touch/fingerprint reader (telephone security, calls, menu navigation)
  • 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus, flash and digital zoom
  • Video recording/playback and streaming
  • Digital music player (MP3, AAC, AAC , eAAC , stereo)
  • Audio recorder
  • 180° rotating screen
  • Dimensions: 91 x 48 x 18.4 mm
  • Weight: 140 g
  • 3.5 hours talk time, 240 hours standby time MP3 playback: 7 hours
  • Display: 2.2-inch, 262k-colour AM-OLED (320 x 240 pixels)
  • Quad-band GPRS/EDGE
  • Email client
  • Wap 2.0 browser
  • Bluetooth v1.2 with AADP, AVRCP & FTP profiles
  • USB1.1, large data storage, cable
  • PC/MAC synchronization: support Sync ML, CD Porsche Design


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