Motorola’s AURA provides all the features — stainless steel case with chemically etched textures — you’d expect in a high-end phone, but at a hefty price ($2,000). From our hands-on time with the phone at CES 2009, we can say that it certainly feels heavier than standard handsets and boasts plenty of eye candy. Click here for one more picture.

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Motorola’s AURA provides all the features — stainless steel case with chemically etched textures — you’d expect in a high-end phone, but at a hefty price ($2,000). From our hands-on time with the phone at CES 2009, we can say that it certainly feels heavier than standard handsets and boasts plenty of eye candy. Click here for one more picture.

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