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Aston Martin Aspire: An Aston Martin branded Android smartphone

Aston Martin Aspire Android smartphone is expensive and dissapoints

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Sep 18, 2012 9:32 pm

Aston Market is taking a page out of Ferrari's book and moving to use their brand on other things than cars. Ferrari has great success doing just this--I have a Ferrari leather iPod touch sleeve-- and Aston Martin is hoping to go a bit further than accessories as they are selling their own Android-powered smartphone.

 

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While the thing is priced in line with what their cars cost, the specifications side of things leaves much to be desired. The device runs Android 2.3.5, an 800MHz processor, a paultry 256MB of RAM and a 3.2 inch HVGA display. This is just terrible, especially considering the price of the device, which ranges from $1290 up to $1590.

 

So what do you get for that money besides a terrible Android smartphone? Well, they provide a broad range of color options--black, white, silver, gold, and rose gold--and the gold devices actually use real gold. They command prices towards the upper range of pricing given above. One would really think they would have gone a bit more high-end with this phone, especially considering what they are charging.

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