Vertu’s first clamshell phone is now official, it’s called Vertu Constellation F Ayxta and it will cost between €4,900 ($7,198) and €6,500 ($9,548) – probably depending on how you want to customize your model.
Like all phones made by Vertu, the Ayxta is made from expensive materials like stainless steel, ceramic, leather, sapphire crystal (for the display) and aerospace grade aluminum parts.
The new phone comes with GPS, 3G (HSDPA, apparently), MicroSD card support, 3MP camera with dual LED flash, and City Brief – a feature that provides “restaurant recommendations, the latest exhibitions, shopping guides and important cultural etiquette tips.” There are also some exclusive ringtones recorded by UK-based band Zero 7.
The Vertu Constellation F Ayxta should be on sale as of now, and you can see it on Vertu’s website.
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