Money is the least of your worries? Then you’re just the person Vertu is looking for. Their latest phone, Constellation, is targeted at users who want more than just performance from their devices and are willing to pay for it #mobilemagic
Vertu Constellation is another device from the high-end mobile company, hand-built in England. It’s made from anodized aluminum, covered in quality leather from Italy (if you care to know…). It boasts a sapphire crystal display and an inset ruby (!) that serves as button for a 24h concierge service. You know, in case you fancy a yacht to gather all your buddies and party or a helicopter to get around town, Christian Grey-style.
It’s also conveniently secretive with your affairs, providing full call encryption and can support two SIM cards. Under the 5.5-inch hood, you’ll find Android 6.0 Marshmallow, 128GB internal storage, a 12MP rear camera, fingerprint sensor and NFC for Android Pay, 3,220mAh battery and wireless charging capability.
As for price, it has to be (slighly) higher than the previous Vertu phone, the Signature Touch that retailed for £6,500 ($8146). If you’re interested, stay tuned for more details on February 10, when it will go on sale internationally.