Vertu, the luxury phone brand that Nokia earlier owned, has launched the super-luxurious – Constellation Black Neon. Having launched the Constellation Smile earlier, this phone is right up to the luxury standards set forth by Vertu. Handmade from leather, carbon fiber, and rubies, the Black Neon lays in an opulent exterior called “Modern and masculine” and “reminiscent of a luxury sports car,” as described by Vertu. Made by a single craftsman, the Black Neon is decorated in perforated leather with neon-colored accents over PVD stainless steel, with a polished sapphire crystal 3.5-inch touchscreen.
With neon blue, neon orange, and neon silver, the phone also has an intricate ruby surrounding the shutter key for the 8-megapixel camera. With 32GB of memory, an FM radio, GPS, and an Accelerometer, the phone’s technology still isn’t really comparable to other phones available in the marketplace; however, Vertu owners receive 24-hour access to a service they can call for expert assistance, recommendations and priority bookings – from gifts to “money-can’t-buy events and experiences.”