Vertu has announced the launch of Vertu Constellation Quest, presented as the company’s first smartphone.
The launch party (held in London, UK) gathered lots of stars, including Vertu Brand Ambassador Seal, Kevin Spacey and Holly Valance.
Unfortunately, Vertu doesn’t say much about the Constellation Quest. We know that it has a full QWERTY keyboard, an “uncluttered” homescreen, an analogue clock (“which automatically adjusts to the user’s location”), and a new service called vertu.me – which can sync and back-up your data.
Since the Quest is a non-touch smartphone and Vertu is Nokia’s “luxury division”‘, the handset is likely running Symbian S60 3rd Edition.
Vertu has yet to announce when and for what price the Constellation Quest will be available. However, you can register your interest here at the company’s official website.
Via Press release
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