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The Vertu Constellation Quest Ferrari Looks Amazing

By Adrian Prisca


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Vertu are back in our minds and dreams, with the Vertu Constellation Quest Ferrari, a wonderful smartphone that draws ideas from the Ferrari 458 Italia. The phone features luxury materials like Ferrari calf leather, polished black ceramic and polished sapphire crystal.

As you’ve probably thought, the gadget features a lovely Ferrari logo imprinted in the leather on the front and also the symbol of the Ferrari race team, the Prancing Horse, made of stainless steel and located on the titanium battery cover. Those of you who buy it will also be delighted by ringtones obtained from live recordings of a Ferrari 458 Italian during testing.

It operates on Symbian v9.3 S60 3rd Edition OS thanks to an ARM 11 processor and 512 Mb of flash memory, 128 Mb Ram. The display is represented by a 2.4-inch 320×240 LCD, plus, moments can be immortalized by the 5MP rear camera on the back or a VGA one on the front. As you can probably realize, they’ve put aside performance for looks and style.

For more authenticity and a greater level of quality, each of the smartphones is signed by the only craftsman that builds them. And, honoring the Ferrari name, every luxury handset is coated with DLC (Diamond-Like Carbon).

By purchasing one of these limited edition gadgets and registering it with Vertu Concierge, one will be given a key to the world of Ferrari that includes access to unique Ferrari content and experiences, features that only a few privileged people can access.

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About Adrian Prisca

Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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