Vertu (wholly owned subsidiary of Nokia) is about to introduce its very first luxury touchscreen phone.
Called Vertu Constellation T, the new handset is presented by the Bluetooth SIG as “the epitome of luxury elegance in a mobile smartphone.”
Surprisingly – since most luxury phones are more about being luxurious than offering nice specs – the Constellation T packs a pretty solid set of features: 3.5 inch nHD (360 x 640) AMOLED display, penta-band 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth 3.0, 8MP EDOF camera with dual LED flash, and 32GB of internal memory. The handset runs an unspecified version of Symbian.
Since Vertu hasn’t officially announced the Constellation T yet, we don’t know when it’s going to be released, and neither for what price. But just don’t hope that you’ll be able to get it for under $1,000, because it’s not going to happen.
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