Luxury mobile phone manufacturer Vertu has unveiled their latest series of hand crafted phones – Vertu Constellation. Created for people on the go and for those that travel the world in style and can afford the 18K price tag.
The folks over at Sybarites.org have reviewed it here is a snippet of what they had to say –
We have received our Vertu Constellation and have reviewed it. As with all Vertu phones it comes in an excessively large box. The phone at first feels very heavy even without the battery but as with most things weight signifies quality. This particular model is the satin steel and black leather model, the ceramic keypad version will be available in a few months as well as the gold version. The phone as with all Vertu phones has Vertu’s special bevel keypad system giving it a perfect feel and a sapphire crystal screen. The OS is Nokia’s S40 (which is based on the Symbian Operating System) making it similar to some Nokia phones, however the OS is far superior graphics wise.
Additional Features -Bluetooth connectivity, email, 20mm hands-free loudspeaker, 24 hour Vertu Concierge service, multi-language support
Case -18kt yellow gold, dark brown leather
Case Diameter – 45 mm
Case Thickness – 15.7 mm
Complications – GSM, Quad-band coverage in over 180 countries worldwide, multi-media message, audio/video player, 1000 name directory