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Vertu launched it’s first Android Phone for £6,994


Vertu launched it’s first Android Phone, at the price tag of 7,900 euros (£6,994). They have been in the business of making luxurious and high priced phones even when they were owned by Nokia. The Vertu Ti Weighs 180g (6oz),
has “a titanium frame and sapphire screen but was not 4G-enabled”.
The company is not interested in the mass market, and has very few owners around the world, making it a collectors for those who spend hard bucks. The scratch proof crystal screen phone has the follow specs: 8mp rear camera that provides 1080p HD video capture, and a1.3 MP front facing camera. The VERTU Ti has a dual core 1.7GHz processor, 1GB RAM and 64GB of internal memory and runs Android 4.0. The best part for Vertu phone lovers, “The only thing that scratches it is a Diamond” Vertu’s head of design Hutch Hutchison told the BBC in an interview

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Source: BBC