Bharti Airtel, The country’s largest mobile operator by subscriber base is finally launching the Apple iPhone 3GS in India today India today and I just saw an advert in leading newspaper The Times of India.
You get 500MB of free data every month for 1 year on the iPhone. The iPhone 3GS is available at select Airtel stores . Many users who are excited about the iPhone already have got the 3GS from the grey market or from overseas. Apple originally planned to bring the 3GS to many markets including India in August 2009. Now it’s March 2010 and the India launch is just 8 months later. With the iPhone 4G expected to be launched in June this year many users in India are disappointed. How will the sales numbers look like . We should only ask Airtel after a month or two.
We are soon going to get you the review so just keep up for the official review.
Captivating luxury enthusiasts Stuart Hughes continues to design magnificent handsets for the style icons yenning to get their hands on magnificently dressed technology pieces. Now the luxury handset manufacturer opens up its Pandora box to show off the world’s most expensive mobile phone dubbed the iPhone 3GS Supreme.
Designed by Stuart Hughes of Liverpool , England, the majestic iPhone is a result of 10 months of creative extravagance. The entire casing is embellished with 271 grams of 22ct solid gold. The front bezel incorporates 136 flawless diamonds color F, which sums up to a massive 68 cts.
The logo at the rear side of the iPhone is made of solid gold and is ornamented with 53 flawless diamonds amounting to 1 ct. The front navigation button is exquisitely crafted, owing to a single cut very rare diamond at 7.1 cts. It is said that the extraordinary handset was made to order by an anonymous Australian businessman from the Gold mining industry.
The chest which abodes this inimitable handset is made from a single block of Granite, in Kashmir gold with the inner lined with Nubuck top grain leather and weighs a colossal 7kg.
The ultra luxurious iPhone 3GS Supreme is heavily priced at £1.92 million.