TAG Heuer (Re)Introduces Their Fancy Android Cellphone

We’ve been hearing about the TAG Heuer LINK for a while now and it’s finally launching in July. It’s basically a very expensive, very corny Android smartphone with a few specific features including a crown for winding, presumably, the battery. It’s my opinion that if you’re rich enough to afford/silly enough to buy this phone you should probably just buy a nice watch and an iPhone and call it a day.

Enjoy the derp derp derp of the press release below. There are no prices or specs other than what you see here, although I’m asking around. Expect it to be available July 2011.

The first luxury smartphone with a tactile screen, it is also the first equipped with upgradeable Google Android software, meaning unparalleled access and connectivity. Android’s ability to switch quickly between applications brings incomparable multitasking power, making the TAG Heuer LINK one of the fastest phones on the market: menus open at lightning speed, tabs are super responsive, web pages load with virtually no lag time, and access to news and weather widgets and Skype messaging is instantaneous. A superlative design object and a powerful resource, a pleasure to hold and delight to use, the TAG Heuer LINK is essential equipment for adventurers, sportsmen and business executives. With it, a world of exclusivity and prestige is, literally, at your fingertips.