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The UK-based manufacturer and retailer of luxury mobile phones, Vertu launched it's first ever Android based Luxury smartphone, Vertu Ti last week. If you a are fan of Vertu, brace self because the smartphone is coming to India in March.
Vertu Ti. is a 3.7 inch device molded out of polished titanium and real leather is a classic exemplification of class and style. Vertu's has been known to adopt Symbian OS in it's previous models . However the new smartphone will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a definite first for Vertu.
The 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. It features a 3.7 inch sapphire crystal screen, which is said to be 4 times stronger then display screens of other smartphones.
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.
Lets, have a look at the specifications of the smartphone.
The Vertu Ti comes with a 3.7 inch Sapphire crystal screen, 1.7 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor , 8MP rear camera with 1080p Video Capture, 1.3MP front-facing camera, 1GB RAM, 64GB Internal memory , Secure NFC with tap to pay support, Full/Micro/Nano SIM capability.
The Luxury 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 ).
The phone is expected to come to India by end of March, we will let you know, when the handset is available.