Move over, Porsche--you can stay at the Hummer phone.in your pretty aluminum-milled handset. The road, meanwhile, will belong to the
The "HT1" returns to Hummer's military roots, at least superficially, with a camo-designed casing to protect a 2.2-inch touch screen, 2-megapixel camera, FM radio and 2MB of built-in memory. Newlaunches says it's the creation of French design firm ModeLabs, which is known for its especially where phones are concerned.
The camouflage look, of course, is the closest this $400 handset will ever get to the. But we think the company should promote it anyway, because the phone's other designs look a lot like so many other handsets flooding the market. And as we all know, image is everything for the Hummer owner, whether the vehicle is a or .