Vertu debuts second phone for Bentley owners

Vertu debuts second phone for Bentley owners

The luxury smartphone maker Vertu has unveiled its second phone for owners of Bentley cars. This time the new product comes with a surprise, though – the new Vertu device is just a feature phone and not a smartphone. Even then it uses high-end materials and accordingly comes with a Vertu price.

The new phone is called Vertu Signature for Bentley and is inspired by the Bentley Mulsanne Speed, hence it uses the same materials. It comes with the same carbon fiber weave and there’s Beluga Black calf leather on the back, the same leather seen in the Mulsanne.

If you are not satisfied with this configuration Vertu allows you to customize the phone so you can order it with a choice of leathers, precious gems and colors. Even then the phone has a Bentley Flying B logo made out of titanium and the keys on the keypad are covered with sapphire crystals while under the keys you will find rubies.

Such a phone cannot be cheap and the Vertu Signature for Bentley isn’t. The phone will be on the market on September 18 and it will cost GBP 14 500. You can pre-order yours now, if you have the money.

Source: GSMArena.com

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