Dad dot info
DAD.info form. Ask questions, get answers
DAD.info | Lifestyle | Tech & Gaming | Tech | Luxury phone from Lamborghini costs $6,000

Luxury phone from Lamborghini costs $6,000

Got several grand burning a hole in your pocket? We’ve got just the phone for you

When money is no object and iPhones are just far too mainstream, you need a phone that will make you stand out from the crowd.

Enter Tonino Lamborghini, offshoot company of the famous luxury car brand, with its newly announced 88 Tauri smartphone.

The 88 Tauri is indubitably exclusive. Only 1,947 are going to be made and each of them will have a hefty $6,000 (£3,800) price tag.

So what do you get for your money? Well, as you might expect, a whole load of bling. The 88 Tauri is coated in leather and steel in a range of colours, so there’s no chance of your ridiculous extravagance going unnoticed when you whip it our for a quick selfie.

But, unlike some other luxury smartphones, this one actually has some decent insides to stack up against the competition.

A quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor powers Android 4.4, with a hefty 3GB RAM zipping things along. There’s a five-inch, 1080p screen, 64GB of storage and a 20-megapixel camera (with an eight-megapixel snapper on the front for those selfies). 

The 88 Tauri is set to go on sale at the end of December. Best get saving…

Related entries

Smartphones and parenting during Covid-19

Smartphones and parenting during Covid-19

Summer holidays have started, and with children and teens already unable to connect with friends during the shutdown a recent PEW survey has been looking at how parents feel about technology and their kids. Screen Time Most parents admit to being unsure how much...

Staying safe online during the lockdown

Staying safe online during the lockdown

The Coronavirus lockdown has steered all of us into uncharted territory, and no one is undergoing more change right now than parents. Many schools are offering online lessons so your children and teenagers will need to access the online world. They will also need to...

How to Protect Your Child On Facebook Part 2

How to Protect Your Child On Facebook Part 2

     Overwhelmed? There's Help At Hand In Part 1 of "How to Protect Your Child On Facebook" we did the following: completed the Privacy checkup managed our child’s location settings controlled facial recognition We have four more steps to go. These are:...

Latest entries

The Best Family Walks in Britain

The Best Family Walks in Britain

We could all do with exercise, fresh air and some lovely low-cost days out, not to mention some beautiful scenery. Charles Clinkard have put together a list of the 40 greatest walks for families in Britain, taking into account a number of helpful amenities such as...

How To Keep Your Child Safe Online

How To Keep Your Child Safe Online

As a parent of a 10 year old who is rapidly approaching the age where he will be getting his own phone, I’m concerned about ensuring he isn’t exposed to a cavalcade of disturbing things online. I’m worrying about bullying, about him being contacted or making friends...

Pin It on Pinterest