Luxury mobile phone manufacturer Gresso has revealed its latest handset, which will be powered by Android and cost upward of £1,000.
The Radical, as it’s being called, will be a super-high-end phone, priced between £1,100 and £1,400, depending on the style of handset you go for.
The recently revealed smartphone will be built with titanium and hand polished for four hours before delivery. It boasts a 4.5 touch screen, 8 megapixel camera and 36GB of internal memory.
The handset also features a quad-core 1.2GHz processor and will run on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, making it one of the most expensive Android Phones on the market.
Only 999 of the luxury handsets will be made by Gresso, who have an array of high-end models available on offer, with the Radical being their latest mobile release.
The most expensive version of the Radical sports a yellow or white gold (your choice) Gresso logo situated on the bottom right side of the handset, which will set you back approximately £300.
The smartphone will be presented during the upcoming CES, in Las Vegas next month, where it will be shown off to the press in all its glory.