Yes, vertu, not about spec, but the Android os does! It will pain in the ass, if there not enought hardware!
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013How much does it cost? An approx idea.4000.euro!
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013How much does it cost? An approx idea.You can get it for the 50% rate in gaffaar market. Even after the second day of purchase.
emadshiny, 31 Jan 2013ugly phonesvery true,, ferrari is an ugly car for poor pepole, and grape is sour for a fox who cant get it,, :P
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013How much does it cost? An approx idea.Around $4000 or more I guess
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013i would buy the titanium black alligator if its uses a real genuine skin of alligator!no you wouldnt
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013How much does it cost? An approx idea.ard 5.5k ~ 22k usd ...depending on materials.. in my country anyway..
i would buy the titanium black alligator if its uses a real genuine skin of alligator!
Haha starnge how NOKIA sells vertu and the first thing vertu does is go android.
I wonder why?
With that battery, the Constellation is going to be nothing but "the quality of the materials used". I'm surprised they settled on ICS - history of the brand implied Donut or Froyo. Buying one of those is like owning the most expensive Ferrari with a sub-one liter engine from a Toyota Yaris...
Why a luxury phone has to be so underpowered that one may only boast it in a tech-non-savvy crowd (because anybody half-informed would die laughing otherwise) has always been a mystery to me. Surely it can't be a price issue. Also, on S40 CPU power didn't much matter (none was needed to power it), but on Android lack of CPU power clearly shows in a most unavoidable manner even by just browsing the UI - that would not look good to ANY crowd, so how do they intend to get away with it (unless that was a non-mentioned dual core, which would make it kinda ok)...
Someone look into designing an android launcher (including custom apps) that will look like a continuation of Symbian. It should be at par with modern UI's and launchers, but powered by the latest android. The reason: there is a HUGE gap left by Nokia - those legions of Symbian users who will be left orphaned and reluctantly having pick a new OS (iOS, Android or WP). If they can pick up a phone that looks/feels familiar, why would they opt for another which requires a long (and difficult) learning curve?
Maybe even the original Symbian developers can do this?