Its there, FCC approves Vertu’s Signature S design

Another Luxury phone after Tag Heuer Meridiist, is making the news. Yes, FCC has approved Vertu’s Signature S design. The elegant piece from Nokia’s ultra luxury brand, assembled by Wendy Beaven and hailed as a phone without equal, is hinted for release in next month only.

The design this time, looks slimmer and more opulent. Not a word is officially out on its pricing but such a premium product is meant only for those who have a lot of money to burn, right away for anything that will enable them showcasing their extravagance. Hate it, like me, for your wallet is just not that fat. Or like it, but I would not advise you to start saving because you are no way able to grab it just by saving.

We know specs don’t matter if you are all determined on buying it, but FYI, the Vertu Signature has a QVGA OLED display of 320×240 pixels with 16 million colors, Bluetooth, WAP 2.0 browser, email support, 3G support and VoIP. It also has a SIM tray allowing for easy swapping between your work and personal SIM cards with support for WCDMA dual-band 2100/850 MHz and GSM quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 MHz frequencies.

Keep watching this space for more information on it !

Via – GadgetCom

Author: Stasys Bielinis

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