Motorola Aura

by Mark R


I honestly don’t know if Motorola’s Aura is the most expensive cellular phone ever made, but it has got to be up there. (In keeping with tradition, I will tell you the price at the end of the article, but feel free to hit the jump if you can’t wait.)

Motorola’s Aura has some very debonair features, such as the swivel design with the circular screen at the pivot. The display is really the highlight of the Aura, with 16 million colors and 300dpi resolution.

The lens itself on the screen is a 1.62 carat sapphire crystal, but that isn’t all the bling this Aura sports. Apparently, the textured pattern that you see takes about two weeks to sculpt, and the finish is the type used on expensive wristwatches. The keypad is aluminum and the swivel itself uses 130 precision ball bearings.

But enough about the way too technical features, let’s talk about the user functions. This quad-band GSM support phone has 2GB worth of memory, a music player, stereo Bluetooth, messaging, e-mail, speakerphone, as well as Motorola’s CrystalTalk feature. There is also a 2 Megapixel camera.

So, what is all of this worth, you may ask? How about $1,999. Yes, you decide if two grand is too much for the Motorola Aura. If you think you can swing that, it should be available on December 4th.

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Kevin Says: October 23, 2008 at 3:37 am

I just checked online at Motorola’s store and it was listed in at $1999.99. Well, there are always MORE expensive phones out there to drool over, too.

Mwaka Says: October 23, 2008 at 8:08 am

Well i must say thats too much regardless of the fact that there are more expensive phones. Guess it will be one of those u have to keep hoistered under your clothing just for safety hey…

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