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December 09, 2014

Lamborghini 88 Tauri now official, sports a 20MP camera

Luxury smartphone brands have been upping their ante as of the late, and Tonino Lamborghini (not the car maker) just announced a new smartphone called the 88 Tauri which packs high-end specs for a luxury price.

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Luxury smartphones normally would only brag about the premium quality of their craft amidst mediocre specs, but this smartphone begs to differ: It is equipped with a whooping 3GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 801 processor, and a five-inch full HD display to boot. This smartphone also sports two SIM cards with both on standby, and both have their LTE active. Wow, truly a luxury device at its finest.

Tonino Lamborghini 88 Tauri specs:
5-inch Full HD display with 10-point multitouch, 1920×1080, 441ppi
Corning Gorilla Glass 3
2.3 GHz Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor
3GB RAM
64GB internal storage
expandable via microSD
20-megapixel rear camera with LED flash
8-megapixel front camera
Dual-SIM, Dual-standby
Dual-LTE, 3G
WiFi b/g/n
Bluetooth
Android 4.4.4 KitKat
3,400mAh Li-on battery

This new smartphone from the Italian luxury clothing and accessory maker will be available for a staggering $6000 or around Php268,000 in our local currency. If you’re one of the very privileged who can afford this device, this will go on sale later this month, and there will only be 1947 of these that will be produced worldwide — the number patterned after uncle Tonino’s year of birth. Yep, very limited.

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11 Responses to “Lamborghini 88 Tauri now official, sports a 20MP camera”

  1. archie says:

    Pwede na kesa magvertu phone ang mayayaman. Dapat meron ding extra privileges tulad ng discount sa fine dine-in restaurants, shopping at travelling charges.

  2. Indeed, a luxurious smartphone perfectly fits for a King! Wondering if this will be available here in the Philippines.

  3. Pete says:

    LOL, no amount of money, power, status, and quality materials can change the fact that this phone looks UGLY.

    • archie says:

      Baka sa picture lang pero iba na ang pakiramdam sa actual gadget. Napangitan din ako dati sa blackberry passport at lumia models. Mas worse sa iPhone 6 dahil nagandahan lang ako sa mga pictures pero disappointing noong hawak ko na. Pero opinyon mo yan kaya post lang ng post.

  4. ewanlangha says:

    10 point touch on a 5 inch display… wow.

    water proof ba yan?
    and what kind of metallurgic concoction was used on it to justify its cost?

    or you’re simply buying a brand name

    • JUSKOBEH says:

      Obviously. I think common sense is enough to know that obvious reason.

      It’s for the flaunting of wealth by the rich. It’s the brand and status you buy if you spend 6000 dollars for a smartphone.

    • ewanlangha says:

      ^^
      unless it is clearly stated that materials used to build it are similar to run of the mill products, you cannot assume that you are only paying for a brand name.

      that’s why i ask what material

      for all you know its made from a solid tungsten block cut-out with the latest laser technology.

      what information do you have with this product?

      you assume even with further knowing the facts.

      your opinion is only for the likes of you.

  5. ewanlangha says:

    its made of steel
    so yeah, buying the brand name

    • archie says:

      Good investment na din sa tungsten ang body build kung hindi naman madalas magpalit ng phone ang bibili. Kung full body titanium baka milyon na ang halaga nito.

  6. Adidas Joe says:

    64GB internal storage good lord. Nag iisip ako anong pwedeng ilagay dyan. Kung movies tingnan natin kung mauumay sa kakapanood sa screen. 3GB
    RAM wow overkill na yan. Ang mga mayayaman alam lang yan tumawag, mag text, check email. Ano pa?

    • archie says:

      Wag mo namang lahatin. May mga mayayaman din na nagmumultitask sa phones nila para sa negosyo. Hindi naman lahat e yumaman dahil lang sa pera ng mga lolo nila.

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