Upcoming Vertu Constellation Ti running Android gets leaked

31 January, 2013
Has rather modest specifications but as usual should come with enough jewels to make up for that.

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  • zemastar

wow vertu is still alive wow

  • J.espoir

Yes, vertu, not about spec, but the Android os does! It will pain in the ass, if there not enought hardware!

  • jose

Ugly as hell

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013How much does it cost? An approx idea.4000.euro!

Now nokia come to andriod then by by samsung

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013How much does it cost? An approx idea.You can get it for the 50% rate in gaffaar market. Even after the second day of purchase.

  • Anonymous

emadshiny, 31 Jan 2013ugly phonesvery true,, ferrari is an ugly car for poor pepole, and grape is sour for a fox who cant get it,, :P

  • SRG

Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013How much does it cost? An approx idea.Around $4000 or more I guess

  • banana

Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013i would buy the titanium black alligator if its uses a real genu... moreno you wouldnt

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013How much does it cost? An approx idea.ard 5.5k ~ 22k usd ...depending on materials.. in my country anyway..

  • Anonymous

How much does it cost? An approx idea.

  • Anonymous

i would buy the titanium black alligator if its uses a real genuine skin of alligator!

Haha starnge how NOKIA sells vertu and the first thing vertu does is go android.

I wonder why?

  • the_seba

With that battery, the Constellation is going to be nothing but "the quality of the materials used". I'm surprised they settled on ICS - history of the brand implied Donut or Froyo. Buying one of those is like owning the most expensive Ferrari with a sub-one liter engine from a Toyota Yaris...

ugly phones

  • HTC Disire

Ha..ha..ha....I Think It Is Lighter...

  • Max

Why a luxury phone has to be so underpowered that one may only boast it in a tech-non-savvy crowd (because anybody half-informed would die laughing otherwise) has always been a mystery to me. Surely it can't be a price issue. Also, on S40 CPU power didn't much matter (none was needed to power it), but on Android lack of CPU power clearly shows in a most unavoidable manner even by just browsing the UI - that would not look good to ANY crowd, so how do they intend to get away with it (unless that was a non-mentioned dual core, which would make it kinda ok)...

Someone look into designing an android launcher (including custom apps) that will look like a continuation of Symbian. It should be at par with modern UI's and launchers, but powered by the latest android. The reason: there is a HUGE gap left by Nokia - those legions of Symbian users who will be left orphaned and reluctantly having pick a new OS (iOS, Android or WP). If they can pick up a phone that looks/feels familiar, why would they opt for another which requires a long (and difficult) learning curve?

Maybe even the original Symbian developers can do this?

  • Anonymous

Lol

  • MrX

1,250mAh no way