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Levi's Red Tab Mobile Phone

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Now, available at Colette, is Levi's ultra limited edition Red Tab mobile phone. It features an MP3 player, stereo Bluetooth and a 2.0 megapixel camera with flash.

Extras include a 'premium' presentation box, a case for the handset, stereo hands free kit, a metal chain and if you like, customization with your name (up to 13 letters). Offered in a limited number of 100 only, it displays a tag of 550 euros ($870) and is being sold online at Colette.
Buy the limited edition at Colette.

If you don't want the limited edition sold at Colette, but still want a Levi's mobile phone, have no fear.. you can customize your own mobile Levi's phone and choose from either a white or black top, several different color metal bodies and from a variety of etchings for the front or back.

(as described on the Levi's site):
The Levi's® phone embraces mobile technology and enables you to connect, enjoy music, exchange images and videos whilst on the go.

The functional essence of the Levi's® brand's design philosophy is perfectly captured by the phone's compact design and sturdy riveted steel casing. A unique detachable chain provides a clever design solution that allows to you fasten your phone to your jeans, bags and more.

The Levi's® phone is offered in metallic silver, black and brown copper. Stylish feminine "shiny silver" and "shiny sand" editions, featuring a 'mirror' screen have also been created for the fashion forward.

1 graphic theme
8 embedded ringtones
7 wallpapers

MP3 Player
FM Radio
User Memory: 64MB
Expendable Memory: up to 2 GB (Micro SD)

Photo and Video
262 000 colours TFT screen - 220 x 176 pixels 1.8" pixels
2 megapixels camera with flash and zoom (x4)
Video player and recorder (MPEG4/H.263)

Stereo Bluetooth®
USB 2.0
Built-in Modem

Image formats supported: JPEG / GIF/ BMP
Sound formats supported: MP3 / WAV / MIDI
E-mail client

It is now available to customize here.


Mobiles NZ said...

Is this the same Red Phone that Bono and his crew are promoting? I thought Red is now associated with Charity.

C'mon people, it's only a dollar.

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