Motorola has pimped up itssmart phone to make it look like a .
According to Boy Genius Report, which papped the handset, the limited-edition, shiny, red blowers have been given to Ferrari board members, and potentially executives and a couple of customers. Alas, that means there's none for you. Assuage your disappointment with the fact that nothing has changed in terms of specs.
Ferrari has a habit of dressing up tech toys in its corporate livery. Theis another example of a pimped-up smart phone, but the branding has also extended to laptops in the past, such as the .
It's not the first time that Motorola has given one of its phones a makeover either. Some lucky geeks in the US have been able to get their sweaty hands on a version of the R2-D2, complete with exclusive Star Wars content.that's meant to look like
Nokia has been known to have a smidgen of fun with its devices too. In 2008, it created a mobile phone that resembled thefrom the first TV series.
What do you think of the Ferrari Milestone and similarly branded devices? Can they help you cut a dash about town, or do they just make you look ineffably naff?
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