Goldvish has just added a new Series to its portfolio of ultra-expensive handsets, called Equilibrium. Surprisingly, the Swiss manufacturer has decided to equip the Equilibrium with two SIM slots, allowing for dual-standby. The cost of the handset is primarily due to the 115 CT grade-A scratch resistant natural Sapphire that sits on top of the screen. The body itself is made from either stainless steel (which does reduce the price significantly) or titanium or even aluminium (albeit space grade) along with accents of 18 karat gold, leather and platinum as you may wish. Features of the handset include a camera with about 8 GB of internal memory, bluetooth, and a built-in FM tuner.
According to Goldvish the two SIM slots will allow the handset owners to create a balance between their private and business lives. Also it would allow them to use both a local and their home-country SIMs, when traveling abroad.