Vertu launches Constellation, completes a year with EQT

Vertu launches Constellation phone as it completes a year with EQT

Vertu launches Constellation phoneOctober 24, 2013: Vertu, the luxury mobile phone brand, has launched the new Constellation phone, which combines all of Vertu’s expertise in fine materials, craftsmanship, technology and services. Its sleek, contemporary form has been designed and engineered to appeal equally to male and female customers.

Vertu Chief Executive Officer, Mr Massimiliano Pogliani, said, “This is a vibrant time for Vertu. This is our second major product launch of 2013 and it helps define a clear segmentation strategy which identifies distinct product lines in the Vertu portfolio. This will broaden Vertu’s appeal, attracting new customers to the brand as well as increasing the choice for our existing global customer base.”

Vertu Constellation offers everything for the modern smartphone user: Android™ 4.2 Jelly Bean, Qualcomm Snapdragon dual core 1.7 GHz CPU, 32GB internal memory, 13 MP rear-facing camera with full HD video (1080p), a front-facing Skype compliant 1.3MP camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC.

Constellation also features a portfolio of tones especially composed for Vertu and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. The portfolio also includes a set featuring English bird song. Constellation also features uplink noise cancellation software, as well as aptX support, which guarantees superior playback quality when streaming audio to Bluetooth headphones or speakers. Alongside Constellation’s comprehensive technical offering, the phone offers Vertu’s exclusive services, Vertu LIFE and Vertu CERTAINTY.

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