i prefer VEPTU, hahah
honestly... phones like this should be not only gold, but also extremely hi-tech.
2 month stand battery
bot cristals on the cover, but cristal voice quality.
but not the old crap in gold casing :/
2200hrs at £6 an hour=£13,200 so thier is not much profit on this model after taxes plus shop fees etc
I like the design. Now if they can only put good features on it to compliment the design then I still won't buy it because it costs too much. But I do like the design.
wat a waste of time
it doesnt even look gud. they spent so much time crafting something that looks like the way i "modified/enhanced" the appearance of my phone (mainly throwing it at stuff =) )
cudnt they hv done anything more productive during that time?
if it wasnt for rich morons this company wudnt survive. while they r buying a gold phone some ppl r hoping to find clean water.
Yes i agree a waste of effort to make such an unattractive phone.
Of course for the lucky buyer they may not be able to insure it and i reckon with a decent drop on a hard surface it will smash it's electronics and any moisture corrode it inside too... perhaps it could be recycled into a nice necklace & bracelet if that happens
it's travelling through a distorted wormhole with a granite hammer
AGC, 10 Dec 2008It seems like the perfect piece to demonstrate the ridiculous overly-excessive times we live i... more(In reply to AGC) Very well said. I thought of writing something similar but it seems you've beat me to it.
It seems like the perfect piece to demonstrate the ridiculous overly-excessive times we live in. These new Vertu's should be kept in a time capsule to show future civilizations how/why we doomed ourselves: because we would rather spend 700 hours polishing a phone than helping out fellow people in need of even the most basic piece of technology. WEAK
275 days /8 working hours/ or if you prefer 11 months to build a phone........ this is so i call taim waisting