Luxury phone maker Vertu has launched its Symbian-based Constellation and Constellation Precious smartphones.
The handsets are very elegant, rich and the most expensive executive devices that now take the title of Vertu’s first touchscreen devices.
The Vertu Constellation will come in four clear-cut trims: a polished stainless steel, sapphire screen, black alligator skin; a polished stainless steel, sapphire screen and black leather; a satin stainless steel, sapphire screen, brown leather; a polished stainless steel, sapphire screen and pink leather.
Vertu’s Constellation Precious, as the name implies, will be higher-toned for its three variants: a polished stainless steel, sapphire screen, diamond trim and black alligator skin; a polished stainless steel, sapphire screen, diamond trim and white alligator skin; and one that offers black PVD stainless steel, red gold, sapphire screen and black leather.
The Vertu Constellation line of devices will feature a 3.5-inch nHD (360×640) resolution AMOLED display, an 8-megapixel Extended Depth of Focus (EDoF) rear-facing camera with twin Heptagon flash, 32GB of internal storage, Sat Nav with preloaded maps and more.
Extended software features will include exclusive Vertu services such as Vertu Concierge, Vertu Concierge Live, Vertu Club Access, Vertu Select, Vertu City Brief and Vertu Me.
Vertu has yet to announce pricing details, launch dates, and availability for the Constellation.
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