Aston Martin and Mobiado join forces to create poshest phone ever

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Aston Martin has teamed up with Mobiado to make a collection of high end luxury phones, one of which can act as an automatic car key.

It is currently being showcased at the BaselWorld watch and jewellery show in Switzerland.

The two brands provide an ideal opportunity for Aston Martin to enter into the electronic sector, with the exclusive range planned to launch in May through a range of first-class outlets.

The CPT002 Concept Phone comes fully integrated with Aston Martin cars, which allows owners to open their vehicle as they approach it.

The phone also has a built in GPS systems that can show your current location as well as your friends locations, as well as planning parking locations.

There is better control over safety deployments, including airbag sequence, timing and seatbelt stiffening, which are achieved by virtue of the accelerometer data being passed from the CPT002 to the car automatically.

Inside the car social networking is also enabled by cameras in the vehicle which can be set to update Facebook and Twitter with pictures, videos or information of passing cities and landmarks.

The phone possesses a solid sapphire crystal, see-through touch screen, and platinum crafted sides.

Staying on the cutting edge of fashion whilst also having the freedom to push the limits of what a luxury phone can be.

They integrate the battery, electronics, and SIM card allowing for the screen to be transparent. Mobiado has been producing luxury mobile phones since 2004.

Time after time it is steered towards doing things differently which is what the CPT002 is all about.

Peter Bonac, President of Bonac Innovation Corp. said, “Like Aston Martin, Mobiado prides itself on design innovation and technological excellence.

We look forward to a long and prosperous working relationship, and are thrilled to be working with the prestigious Aston Martin brand.”

And I look forward to seeing how this partnership will unfold.

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