Everyone dream to own a Porsche. But of course, not many of us have the chance to see a sports car like this in his or her garage. For the ones whom only dream about a car like this, Porsche Design comes with an idea: now you can tell your friends you have a Porsche. Well, kind of! Is just a cell phone, but it has the Porsche badge on it!

The P’9521 is made out of aluminum block, quite unique for mobile phones, but we need it to resist on crashes.

Porsche Design Mobile Phone
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With this product, Porsche Design has remained loyal to its clear design language and has utilized sophisticated material. The typography, styling and colors of the menu emphasize the mobile phone’s very functional character. A double hinge made from aluminum enables the screen to be rotated through 180° – thus allowing the phone to be used as a digital camera.

The P’9521 features a fingerprint reader, which clearly identifies the user and thus ensures secure access to personal data. In addition, individual fingerprints can be assigned to particular numbers or phone functions, making operation particularly easy. The standard PIN code can also be replaced by a fingerprint. The know-how for this technology was delivered by Sagem, which has expertise in the field of biometrics.

Porsche Design Mobile Phone
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The Porsche Design Mobile Phone P’9521 offers the following functions:

  • Photo/video: The P’9521 features an auto-focus video and still camera boasting 3.2-megapixel resolution, integrated flash and digital zoom. The rotating screen makes it even easier to use, whilst its AM-OLED technology ensures very high quality colors, exceptional brilliance and a perfect view from every angle.
  • Music: The P’9521 boasts an MP3 player and three speakers for ringtones and voice playback in stereo quality sound.
  • Internet: Thanks to EDGE technology (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution), the P’9521 offers very high-speed internet access.


The very bad news is that it won’t be sold in USA.

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