There’s a newcomer to the world of luxury mobile phones – the Vertu Constellation Black Neon. Manufactured by Vertu, a company that used to be owned by the Finnish brand Nokia, the Black Neon is a lovely smartphone that bears the classical exquisiteness of the extremely fabled brand.
The handmade manufacture of this mobile phone mainly consists of rubies, carbon fiber and leather. It reminds of luxury cars, being typically “modern and masculine”, as described by the brand. The phones are made by a single, skilled craftsman, beautifully garnished with colored accents over PVD stainless steel, polished sapphire crystal 3.5-inch touchscreen and perforated leather.
There are three versions of the Black Neon, in neon silver, neon orange and neon blue, all boasting with ruby framed shutter keys for the 8 megapixel camera. On a technical approach, the phones are equipped with GPS, accelerometer and 32 GB of internal memory.
They aren’t exactly top-tech, to be precise, in comparison with other smartphones on today’s market, but compensate through luxurious appearances. Upon purchase, Vertu customers will receive 24 hour access to an array of services that include expert assistance, recommendations and priority bookings.