Vertu Constellation T Touchscreen Phone On its Way
Well, Vertu for its premium mobile phones which have those fancy designs, are priced as high as five-figures but are absolutely useless in terms of getting things done. Vertu is a Nokia-owned company, and they have not had a single touchscreen mobile phone until now.
A recently filed Bluetooth certification reveals that Vertu has soon changes this by announcing the Constellation T which would be the company’s first touchscreen mobile phone. The device seems to have some decent specifications which can place this device amongst all the other mid-level smartphones, but of course this one will come at an exclusive price.
It sports an 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash, has HSPA radio, 3.5-inch nHD AMOLED screen and 32GB of built-in storage. It is likely to be running a heavily Vertu themed version of Symbian Anna or Symbian Belle. The device is expected to be launched sometime in October as suggested by a recent report on Bloomberg.
The price is not yet known, but obviously the Vertu Constellation T is device for the filthy rich who love all the bling and don’t mind paying for something which is pre-historic technologically.