The FCC posted the handset’s Users Manual, which confirms that, as we assumed, the Constellation Quest runs Symbian – although it seems to be a slightly customized version of it.
Other known features of the Quest include: Wi-Fi, Ovi Maps, 3.5mm headset jack, various Vertu services, photo camera with dual LED flash and video recording, and a 32GB MicroSD card pre-installed.
The luxury handset comes with quad-band GSM and quad-band WCDMA (800 / 850 / 1900 / 2100) connectivity, so it can be used in Europe, North America and Japan.
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