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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Luxury phone business Vertu launches its first Android smartphone

UK mobile phone manufacturer Vertu, which was owned by Nokia until last year, has announced its first Android handset. The company, established as a luxury phone maker 15 years ago, had previously used Nokia’s Symbian platform.

Its new Vertu Ti handset is available for £6,700 and is hand-made from titanium, ceramic and leather with a sapphire crystal screen. There’s a 3.7-inch display, an 8-megapixel camera and quad-band connectivity with DC-HSPA+.

Each phone also offers a Concierge service for 24-hour assistance via voice, email or online chat.

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