Paris-based phone designer extraordinaire ModeLabs continues to make its mark on the mobile landscape in Europe, with diverse handsets ranging from anto Tag Heuer's " ," with of success.
Its latest offering is a new Levi's handset--not the dubious first mobile phone with a design that "combines a metal and soft touch finish," according to Gadgetizer (PDF). What does that mean? Who knows.version seen recently--to be marketed exclusively by French telecom Orange. Unlike the , the new version is a slider that claims to be the
Other than that curiosity, it's a fairly standard phone with a 2-megapixel camera, Bluetooth, microSD card slot, and FM radio tuner that costs about $400. At that price, they should at least throw in a pair of jeans.