Vertu’s first Android smartphone

| November 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

Posh Vertu’s first Android Smartphone revealed, Vertu Ti

Vertu's first Android Smartphone

Vertu's first Android Smartphone

Vertu, the high-toned British mobile company that till recently was in hand by Nokia, is rumored to be developing and Android smartphone. Photos of the supposed telephone have leaked on-line, along side some specifications and a planned name for this device, the Vertu Ti.

The company’s alternative handsets – that price anywhere from £4,000 to £10,000 a pop – are feature phones, like the touchscreen Vertu Constellation that runs on Symbian, therefore this is a separate market for luxury phones that don’t cater to the average Joe.

Leaked by a Japanese website – that has been right in most cases regarding leaked information – the Vertu Ti is claimed to have a 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8260A processor, 800 x 480 touchscreen, Android v4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich), and a 1,250mAh battery.

Those could seem low specs for a contemporary Android device, however Vertu doesn’t really seem to care that much about technology, it’s more about the expensive shell of the phone and the brand name that gives it the huge price.

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No details are leaked about the casing that will come with Ti, however the Constellation is mostly made of stainless-steel and animal skin, with a sapphire glass screen and a sophisticated ceramic “pillow” for the emblem.

Vertu’s first Android smartphone

Vertu itself has confirmed the leak, suggesting that the phone will exist however cannot comment any further about this says an official announcement on the 12th day of this month. Within the response sent to Android Authority, however, it denies the rumored price of 3,000 euros.

“The rumors and leaked information that you received about Vertu is inaccurate, as well as planned rating and that we will provide additional information within the following weeks” says Vertu about it’s first Android smartphone.

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