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Tag Heuer's luxury Meridiist handset passes through the FCC

News by Ricky Cadden on Friday July 25, 2008.

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Tag Heuer, typically known for luxury wristwatches, has had its first cell phone, the Meridiist, approved by the FCC. The luxury cell phone is built with a metal and leather casing and offers a sapphire crystal display.

The Tag Heuer Meridiist is a candybar cell phone with two displays. The main display is a 1.9" QVGA screen, with a sapphire covering for ultimate durability. There is a secondary OLED display along the top of the handset that offers a bird's-eye view of various status indicators.

A 2 megapixel camera is hidden on the back of the phone, protected by a sliding lens cover. Bluetooth connectivity is on board, for convenient wireless connections, as well.

The FCC filings are available here.


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