Vertu Constellation Quest hits the FCC, Symbian confirmed

Announced by Vertu last week, the Constellation Quest QWERTY smartphone has been approved by the FCC today.

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.

Depending on the materials you want Vertu to use for it, the Constellation Quest costs between £5,000 and £17,300 ($7,910 – $27,380). Well, at least it’s not $8 million.

Author: Florin

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