Remember the Giorgio Armani phone that was supposed to be announced way back in June? Yes, it got official today. Samsung and Giorgio Armani showed off the device in Milan, Italy in the presence of Steve Ballmer (wearing a tie signed by Armani!) and Giorgio Armani himself.
The phone is strikingly similar to W820/W8200 with gold and black accents but unlike the Korean counterpart, this version sports a nicely spaced out QWERTY keyboard and a screen that tilts 30 degrees (like Nokia N97).
As for the features, the phone is powered by WinMo 6.5, loaded with Armani applications, 3.5-inch AMOLED touchscreen, GPS, 5MP camera, 8GB internal storage and more.
Samsung plans to sell this phone for around 700 Euros ($1032).