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Vertu catches up with touchscreen Constellation

updated 04:40 pm EDT, Fri October 21, 2011

Vertu ships Constellation with AMOLED display

Luxury handset maker Vertu has just introduced its latest and most advanced smartphone with the Constellation. For one, it gets a modern AMOLED touchscreen sized at 3.5 inches and, as is typical of the brand, is coated in a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. On the rear, users will find black alligator skin.

Other smartphone features include an eight-megapixel camera complete with a dual LED flash and HSPA+ for a 3G link. While Vertu doesn't list what OS the phone runs on, it's likely to be Symbian.

Vertu's exclusive services, such as concierge service that lets it jetsetting owners know of all the local entertainment spots, are bundled with the phone.

As usual, Vertu hasn't revealed the price for the handset.







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