Vertu Constellation Quest Ferrari handset is inspired by Ferrari 458 Italia sports car


Vertu has finally unveiled yet another luxury smartphone called the Vertu Constellation Quest Ferrari inspired by the Ferrari 458 Italia sports car. The device primarily focuses on the use of luxe materials like polished sapphire crystal, Ferrari calf leather, and polished black ceramic than on high-end functionality. This phone sports the iconic Ferrari logo embossed in the leather on the front of the handset. The famous symbol of the Ferrari race team, the Cavallino Rampante crafted from polished stainless steel, sits atop the titanium battery cover. Users will also boast of exclusive ringtones obtained from live recordings of a Ferrari 458 Italia on a test circuit.

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Driven by Symbian v9.3, S60 3rd Edition OS, and ARM 11 processor, this one comes with 512 MB of flash memory and 128 MB RAM. Besides, the phone packs a 2.4-inch display screen with 320 x 240-pixel resolution, a 5MP rear camera, and a VGA one on the front. The camera specs are far behind the present industry standards, but this one is supposedly made just to add dollops to your style statement.
The makers also claim that each of these handsets has been built by just one craftsman who signs the handset to assure Vertu’s commitment to quality. Their collaboration with the Ferrari engineering team has resulted in the newly modified DLC (Diamond-like carbon) coating on this luxury handset. Owning one of these handsets comes with a set of privileges. Once the customer registers the handset with Vertu Concierge, they are given a key to Ferrari’s world. Users will be afforded access to unique Ferrari content and experiences, which are otherwise enjoyed only by some privileged few.
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