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Do you like living life in luxury? Do you have a taste for finer things life? Well Vertu has something new for you. The UK-based manufacturer and retailer of luxury mobile phones, which was once a part of Nokia has come up with the elegant new smartphone, Vertu Ti. The 3.7 inch device molded out of polished titanium and real leather, exemplifies class, a little something you can always expect from a Vertu handset.
Vertu have been criticized for making their handsets, as more of a fashion accessory than a piece of technology. Perhaps, the Vertu Ti be able to bring a better perspective, in the eyes of tech-analysts. For starters, the outmoded Symbian OS, adopted in Vertu's previous models has been replaced with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. However, this doesn't change the fact that the device is crafted to look like a work of art.
Ignacio Germade, the Vertu's head of global design said Vertu Ti is a pivotal product for Vertu. It is where the timelessness of Vertu design meets contemporary technological elements,"
"Long-standing Vertu customers will appreciate the style, the weight and the materials while those yet to experience Vertu products will engage with the clean, elegant lines, superior feel and contemporary operation." he added.
Ti's casing is crafted out of Grade 5 titanium, a low weight, yet sturdy material. Vertu claims the casing is 5 times stronger then that of a conventional smartphone.
The Vertu Ti was never meant compete with some of the high end phones out, it is aa symbol of class and elegant craftsmanship. According to the the company the handset is handcrafted out of 184 parts, by a single craftsman. Every handset is signed by the craftsman who fabricated it. Non the less lets have a look at Ti specifications.
The handset comes with a 3.7-inch WVGA display, 1.7 GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, an 8 megapixel rear camera with auto focus and twin LED flash and a 1.3 megapixel front camera. The Vertu Ti has an internal memory of 64GB. Full details about the spec are unknown to us, yet. We will get back to you on that.
The extravagant device is available in 4 different designs. The Titanium Black Leather priced at £6,700 (Rs. 485439), Titanium Pure Black priced at £8,000 (Rs. 5,79,628), Titanium Black Alligator priced at £8,900 ( Rs. 644837) and the Black PVD Titanium Red Gold priced at £13,900 (Rs. 11,66,593 ). for more information visit the company website.