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Vertu's updated luxury Signature Touch has powerful specs, great looks, massive price tag

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 24 Sep 2015 11:10 User comments (1)

Vertu's updated luxury Signature Touch has powerful specs, great looks, massive price tag Vertu, known for selling smartphones that cost over $10,000, has updated their flagship Signature Touch device, adding high-end specs to its sleek looks.
The new Signature Touch has a 5.2-inch 1080p display protected by 'fifth generation sapphire,' is powered by 4GB RAM and a Snapdragon 810 processor, has 64GB internal storage and a microSD slot and Android 5.1. Additionally, the phone has a 21MP rear camera with phase-detection autofocus and 4K recording.

Furthermore, the phone has Dolby Digital Plus certified stereo speakers, a large 3160mAh battery, supports nearly all LTE bands, has wireless and quick charging support, and iPass support - allowing for a connection to Wi-Fi nearly everywhere for free.

Of course, Vertu has kept their grade 5 titanium casing, a handcrafted calf leather back, and ceramic pieces, meaning the hardware is top notch, as well.

Finally, Vertu will give you free 18 months of Vertu Concierge, a 24/7 real-life personal assistant service, access to Vertu Life for "unrestricted access to elite and invitation-only events" and Vertu CERTAINTY, a way to encrypt all your communications.

Prices for the Signature Touch range from $9900 to $20900 depending on the combo you choose, and will begin shipping on October 16th.


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1 user comment

125.9.2015 02:52

Bloody hell, anyone stupid enough to spend that amount of money on a phone needs a round house to the chin. You may as well donate the money to non corrupt charity (if there is one). It doesn't even look like it's worth that much either.

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