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Luxurious Vertu Constellation TI will be the first Vertu phone to run Android

01 February 2013
Tags: Nokia, Android, Symbian

We've oftentimes read about Vertu's lineup of super-expensive phones, and never quite made the connection between the specifications and the huge price tags.

Sure, the main selling point of any Vertu handset is the quality of the materials and the simple snob value of owning one, but a little boost in the specifications department can only help with the sales. 

Luxurious Vertu Constellation TI will be the first Vertu phone to run Android

Well, it seems like this is all about to change, since Vertu has decided shifting to a new operating system for its phones, and Android seemed like the perfect choice. This means that after separating from Nokia, Vertu is also distancing itself from the now outdated Symbian.

The first Vertu phone to run on Android is the Constellation Ti, which packs a 800 x 480 resolution display, 1.5GHz Snapdragon MSM8260A SoC, Android 4.0.4 and a rather tiny 1,250mAh battery. There will be four different versions of the Constellation, each using a different material and color finish for the body.

The four versions are called - Titanium Black PVD black leather, Titanium Black Alligator, Red Gold Mixed Metal and Titanium Black Leather. Vertu will make the official announcement in less than a month, and that's when we'll also hear about the pricing, which will obviously be huge. 

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