British smartphone maker Vertu unveiled a new luxury smartphone named Constellation. Excitingly extravagant Androidphone will be released in February for a price of 4 100 euros.
Dubbed Constellation, the gadget was put together entirely by hand in England, and it flaunts superb premium leather finishes, as well as an anodized aluminum frame complemented by a ruby shortcut key that can be used to access the Concierge service.
When it comes to power, the smartphone is based on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset, which is definitely not the most powerful chipset in the world. Still, it’s definitely good enough for day-to-day usage, as it is complemented by 4GB of RAM and a rather generous storage capacity of 128GB. The display measures 5.5 inches, and it flaunts a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The battery is definitely flagship-size with its 3220mAh, while wireless charging and USB Type C support round up a very luxurious and snappy device. The owner will also enjoy access to Vertu’s Concierge service, which is available around the clock.