Vertu Constellation puts mid-range Android in luxury garbs

02 October, 2013

Vertu has turned to Android whereas its former parent company Nokia went Windows Phone exclusive. The luxury phone maker has created its second Android-powered phone, the Constellation.

Each Vertu Constellation is handmade by a single craftsman in England. It's constructed out of grade 5 titanium and draped upholstered in fine calf leather from "one of Europe’s oldest tanneries." The leather will come in five different colors.

As for tech specs, the Constellation is – dare we say it – reasonable. It has a 4.3" 720p screen (342ppi) that doesn’t bother with bourgeois scratch-resistant glass and goes for sapphire instead. It's powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8260 S4 Pro – dual-core Krait CPU at 1.7GHz and Adreno 320 (similar to the Moto X chipset). It runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean too, which is fairly recent.

Vertu Constellation

It has a 13MP camera on the back and a 1.3MP shooter on the front and comes with either 32GB or 64GB storage. It lacks LTE connectivity, but you get unlimited Wi-Fi worldwide from iPass. The only spec that is on the weak side is the battery – it has only 1,800mAh capacity.

Select Vertu boutiques will carry the Constellation starting this month. This one's cheaper than the previous model (with lower specs), the Vertu Ti. The Constellation will set you back €4,900 / $6,600. We're guessing that's for the 32GB version.

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Reader comments

  • Tinku
  • 08 Apr 2018
  • gN{

This phone is superb but I have the battery problem in it ,it will drain in just 30 minute could any help me about this

  • Bluto
  • 05 Oct 2013
  • rKu

This device is a class apart from the competition. It offers rich feeling but on this type of devices, a more premium OS suits such as BB10. Android simply isn't for this type of phones. Rich hardware + Laggy malware infected OS is never a good combi...

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