Vertu – since recently a sovereign fragment of Nokia, is known for its phones of the class "luxury": leather upholstery, buttons made of precious stones, elements of precious metals, sapphire crystal… And this is not a complete list of what you can boast by buying one of the phones of this manufacturer (although, if you have money for a phone, then you can boast of many more, but not about it now).
So, as mentioned earlier, Vertu has recently come under the wing of EQT VI, and their new Vertu Ti smartphone is the first after a change of majority ownership.
The materials used for the base model are polished titanium, leather, sapphire crystal and a few more precious metals for the smaller elements. In the version of the richer used crocodile leather and rose gold. In total, the smartphone has 184 parts, each of them was manually made by a separate master. Stereo speakers Bang Olufsen, they were calibrated with the help of experts from the London Symphony Orchestra. In addition, the device is equipped with two cameras (1.3 megapixel and 8 megapixel), LED flash. Under the hood of a dual-core processor with a clock frequency of 1.7 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and 64 GB of permanent memory. Of course, the smartphone is equipped with all the wireless plushies like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC. The screen diagonal is 3.7 inches. And the most unexpected zest of the luxury phone – it runs on Android 4.0!
Yeah, speaking of price : it’s going to be priced at $9600 and in the most "major" – up to $21700 Thus the Vertu Ti has the right to be called the most expensive Android smartphone
P.S. One interesting detail : The Ti is indexed RM-828V. For comparison : Nokia Lumia 820 is RM-824 and RM-826. It is possible that the hardware was quite optimized for Windows Phone, but for some reason Android was chosen.