Friday, March 16, 2012

Keeping In Touch With Class Through The Tag Heuer Racer

Tag Heuer Racer
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Tag Heuer is a manufacturer of luxury watches from Switzerland and it appears that the company will be offering a luxury Android-powered smartphone, the Tag Heuer Racer.

The GT Racing cars were the inspiration of this luxury avant-garde Android smartphone that will cost a little over $3,600. The Tag Heuer Racer will feature a sock-proof rubber chassis and is made of titanium and carbon fibre.

Although reports have indicated that the Tag Heuer Racer will come with the latest Android software, the four buttons positioned in front of the device hint at the Android 2.3 OS instead of the Android 4.0 OS.

The design of the Tag Heuer Racer evokes of elegance and the classy style that the watchmaker is noted for. Sleek lines, exposed screws and muscular angles call to mind the sophistication that this Android-powered device will offer to users.

The Tag Heuer Racer also looks tougher compared to other smartphones in the market including the last smartphone that the watchmaker offered into the market, the Tag Heuer Link. Due to this appearance some industry watchers are expecting the new device to feature water-proofing, shock-proofing and the Gorilla Glass display.

For the moment no detailed specifications were revealed about the Tag Heuer Racer although it is expected to create some buzz once it enters the market.

The Tag Heuer Racer will have a few rivals in the luxury smartphone segment which include the BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9981 that is available at Harrod’s, Vertu Constellation T of Nokia, and the AEsir AE + Y, which costs nearly $47,000.

The Tag Heuer Racer is expected to be available at the boutiques of Tag Heuer along with a number of luxury mobile and jewelry shops by July.

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