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Vertu Goes for The Alligator Touch Once Again

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Vertu signature touch alligator

The Vertu Signature Touch is already one of the world’s most sought after luxury smartphones right now, but it could only get even better when it’s released in a new, special edition, part of the exquisite Vertu Signature Touch Alligator collection.

This entire collection has been crafted by a specialist in French tannery to deliver the ultimate luxurious and exclusive experience, with a supple, matte feel that’s not only imagined for the show, but it’s also water and wear resistant; crocodiles aren’t really known for being sensitive of damaged by water, right? 

The Vertu Signature Touch Alligator now has two new distinct styles – Almond Alligator and Cocoa Alligator – aside from the already popular Jet Alligator, Pure Navy Alligator and Clous De Paris Alligator.

Vertu signature touch alligator

Besides boasting a premium look and build, these devices pack high-end specifications on the inside, but first, most of you will probably notice the cool metal Gull-Wing doors placed on each side of the rear camera.

The Alligator collection seems to be the ideal blend of luxury lifestyle cool, with bold specifications and impressive engineering powering everything up. Featuring a 5.2-inch full-HD display covered with phosphor LED powered LCD, a 64-bit octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM and an Adreno 430 GPU, this thing is much more than a stylish fashion accessory.

Social Media platforms are always waiting on you to upload that next best picture, which is why the device comes with a 21-megapixel PDAF (Phase Detection Auto Focus) rear camera with f/2.2 aperture and dual-tone LED flash; are you wondering about costs? Let’s just say that the $12,600 Signature Touch Almond Alligator or the $13,000 Signature Touch Cocoa Alligator aren’t for everyone.

Vertu signature touch alligator

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