Luxury mobiles used to be unveiled all the time but they've been noticeably lacking in recent times. However, Lamborghini have changed all that with the announcement of both a luxury smartphone and tablet.
The Lamborghini TL700 is made from gold and crocodile skin offering the ultimate in luxury. The smartphone does looking stunning, but it doesn't come cheap and has been priced at $2750 (£1800).
For that kind of money you'd expect a high-end specification, but the Lamborghini smartphone offers no such things. The TL700 has a 3.7 inch touch-screen, a single core Qualcomm processor, 5 mega-pixel camera and 4GB of on-board memory.
The most disappointing thing of all about the Lamborghini LT700 is that it runs on Android 2.3. So far the smartphone has only been confirmed as launching in Russia where there are a fair amount of rich folk willing to pay big bucks for a bit of bling.
Lamborghini also unveiled the L2800 tablet which is a 9.7 inch luxury tablet that is priced $2290 (£1500). Other features include a 1.2 GHz processor, 5 mega-pixel camera and 4GB of on-board memory.
Disappointingly, the Lamborghini L2800 also runs on Android Gingerbread and so far has only been confirmed as launching in Russia. As soon as 3G get anymore news about either of Lamborghini's devices we'll let you know.
By Simon Thomas on 11th June, 2012