Luxury mobile phones have always had controversial designs, and this is also the case with Vertu’s latest masterpiece: the Vertu Boucheron 150.
Created to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Boucheron French jewelry house, the handset does look like a Vertu, but a crippled and weird one. And if it’s beautiful or not, it’s up for you to decide.
Apparently, the phone is built out of a single piece of massive gold. Its creation is said to take more than 2.000 hours (since it’s hand made), which lead us to believe that there won’t be to many units of it around.
The handset comes in a luxury wooden case that looks like it’s made by a pirate for his treasure(s).
The phone’s price was not announced, but it’s rumored to be of more than $30.000.
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