Vertu's Next Bentley Phone Will Cost More Than Your Car

Posted: Jun 25 2015, 11:17am CDT | by , in Rumors | Technology News


Vertu's next Bentley Phone will Cost More Than Your Car

Vertu's Bentley phone will only be for the die hard fans, will cost more than your car

A new Smartphone aimed specifically for Bentley owners is going to be launched by the luxury smartphone maker Vertu. Vertu recently unveiled its second phone, but it is not any luxury smartphone but a normal cell phone with normal functions but its prices are higher than that of any other high end smartphone.

This most recent handset is in light of Vertu's most costly Signature series notwithstanding, though, with Bentley trimmings. The phone has some of its texture similar to that of Bentley’s car. The carbon fiber weave is similar to the car’s interior.

As it has been inspired from the Bentley Mulsanne Speed; it has the Beluga Black calf leather on the back which is extracted from the same source. One more noticeable thing is that; you can customize your own Vertu Signature to match with your Bentley, with your own choice of precious stones and gems. Talking about the specs, it will feature a “high-resolution” 2-inch LCD display along with 4GB of internal storage and pack a 1,050mAh battery.

Bentley Flying B logo is also designed on the phone-made of titanium. The keys are covered with the crystals of sapphire and are attached on Rubies. The Vertu signature for Bentley will finally launch on September 18, however, it will make its first appearance on Goodwood Festival of Speed and Concourse d'Elegance. The phone will be screwed on Bentley’s air vents and it costs total of €13,000. A titanium Bentley Flying B logo will add a sense of luxury to the phone too. Surely, you will have to spend a fortune!

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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