One of the latest types of accessories for today’s style is the smartphone. This industry has almost exploded during the past few years, with loads of new innovative designs, more and more functions, higher internet speeds and a huge amount of entertainment applications.
The prices have begun to get lower and lower, whilst the contracts with wireless internet providers cost near nothing. But, the most squeamish clients out there don’t find the mass produced smartphones to their liking. So, a brand new industry has developed, consisting of companies that “tune” the gadgets to an even “smarter” level, also giving them a more modern, luxurious design.
A good example is Nokia’s luxury division, Vertu. They have recently come out, at a recent Bluetooth filing, with the new Vertu Constellation T, an extravagant touchscreen phone. It features a 3.5 inch nHD AMOLED touchscreen display, 32 Gb of internal memory, an 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and probably a Bluetooth 3.0 connection, as stated by the officials of the company.
The phone will be able to operate on dual mode WCDMA Penta-band 850/900/1700/1900/2100 Mhz and GSM Quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz, using Symbian Belle or Symbian Anna as operating system. It is confirmed that its release will take place during this month, but the price has yet to be established.
PS: sorry for the quality of the top photo, that’s all we’ve got at the moment.