Ulysee Nardin Chairman Becomes Most Expensive Android Phone – Also Only Self-Powered One

I mentioned the Ulysse Nardin Chairman phone last year (almost to the day) and now the maker has announced that the luxury Chairman mobile phone will be launched with Android rather than Windows Mobile as initially planned.

The kinetic powered phone is made by Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin in collaboration with SCI Innovations – so now you have to decide if you buy this or the CELSIUS X VI II.

The new features turns this phone into a the most expensive Android phone costing up to $50,000.

The updated features include 3.2 capacitive touchscreen display, fingerprint recognition, 3G, “extensive gaming ability”, preloaded Facebook app, 8MP camera, HD video playback, 32GB of internal memory, and an ARM-based Freescale i.MX processor.

Click here to make your choice but be prepared to part with between $12,800 and $49,500.

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