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Your eyes begin to sparkle brightly when you pronounce Porsche, the name of the world’s most prestigious automobile brand. It’s not me who dares make such a statement, it’s the result of a survey realized by Luxury Institute, New York, back in May 2006. More than 500 households with a gross annual income of at least $200,000 and a net worth of at least$720,000 were questioned. Therefore, it’s the ultimate recognition, so much the more coming from wealthy people who afford to purchase such a high-class product. Yes, indeed, there is no substitute for a Porsche, but only when you spend your vacation in luxurious hotels among other extremely demanding travelers who consider themselves, just like you do, to belong in the elite.

Therefore, the name stands for everything you wish for in a lifetime: sophisticated design, exquisite quality and most importantly extreme speed. Back in June 2007, Porsche Design presented its first mobile phone, the P’9521, made in collaboration with French-based Sagem Communication, which brought the know-how technology as it has expertise in the field of biometrics.

Today it’s P’9522’s turn. Porsche Design Group announced on September 26, 2008 the release of its brand new candybar phone, which was made, of course, together with Sagem. The fashionable cellphone is carved into a single block of brushed aluminum and a glass plate.

As far as the technical section is concerned, P’9522 is provided with enough features to make you fall in love with it at first sight. It has the standard Porsche font and style, a 2.8-inch touchscreen, an integrated GPS system, a 5-megapixel photo camera and a fingerprint reader, which clearly identifies the user and thus ensures secure access to personal data. The phone features also an WiFi connectivity (802.11b/g) rather than a 3G network which is the main disadvantage. On the other hand, P’9522 has only 5-MB of internal memory, but luckily the phone comes in package with a microSD memory card of 2GB and it will be able to read cards with 8GB capacity.

The Porsche P’9522 it’s expected to ship in November for a price of about 600 Euros ($875), half the price of the previous Porsche device.

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