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Vertu Constellation or the ultimate touchscreen extravaganza

04 October 2011
Tags: Nokia, Symbian

Vertu (wholly owned subsidiary of Nokia) has been on the market for thirteen years now, but only now have they decided to release a touchscreen phone with their signature. Obviously, they had a hard time taking this decision, since touchscreen equals few button which equals less room for precious stones. Vertu Constellation T is the name of this touchscreen handset and although it hasn't been officially announced, we managed to find out some important features.

Vertu Constellation or the ultimate touchscreen extravaganza

The first thing that probably interests a Vertu buyer is the bling-bling. Well, they shouldn't worry, since there will be plenty of precious metals and jewels to go around. Other features worth mentioning are the 3.5-inch nHD AMOLED touchscreen display, dual mode WCDMA Penta-band 850/900/1700/1900/2100 MHz and GSM quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 connectivity, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, 8MP EDoF camera with Twin LED flash and heptagon lens, City Briefs, FM radio and 32GB of internal memory. The Constellation T will be based on some variant of Symbian with a customized UI. For the moment, no pricing or availability details were revealed.






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