Vertu presents new ultra luxury smartphone

Vertu presents new ultra luxury smartphone

The smartphone maker Vertu, which is known for designing super luxurious handsets, has come up with the new Pure Jet Alligator smartphone, which as usual is a high-end deluxe company product.

The device measures 143.4 x 69 x 11.2 mm and weighs 193 grams. These dimensions include a thin titan chassis, processed alligator skin and several decorative elements made from pure white gold – one of them also houses 124 diamonds.

As to specs the Pure Jet Alligator offers a quad-core 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor at 2.3 GHz, Adreno 330 graphics, support for LTE, 2 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal memory, a rear 13 MP camera with LED flash, a front 2.1 MP camera, NFC, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a 2275 mAh battery and a 4.7-inch sensor display at 1920 x 1080 pixels (473 ppi). The display is protected by a 118-karat sapphire glass.

No word on which version of Android the Pure Jet Alligator runs but given the price of EUR 15 900, many of you won’t even be interested.

Source: Vertu

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