Vertu Ascent Ti Carbon

vertu carbon smallVertu is going to release the Ascent Ti Carbon Fiber. The new cell phone will be made entirely from carbon fiber, which is used in motorsport and space industry, because of it’s qualities the carbon fiber is very strong and very light material.

Vertu is owned by Nokia and that is a proof for design and quality. The look of this cell phone is just amazing. A diagonal rib design is achieved by using a twill carbon fiber weave process. Vertu Ascent was inspired from the cars – power, precision and energy.


The phone also has a sapphire crystal screen and a chassis made of high-grade titanium — a non-corrosive element.


The company’s Carbon Fiber Collection will also include the Carbon Fiber Grip, Carbon Fiber & Aluminum Grip and Carbon Fiber & Copper Grip devices.


Vertu phones are not simple mobile gadgets. Each model is a complete, independent masterpiece. The creators of the Vertu phones use expensive materials.

All Vertu phones are handmade as it is traditionally done in jewelry producing companies. The fact that all Vertu phones are handmade explains the small number of the produced phones and their exclusiveness.

Technical Specifications

Network:     GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / UMTS 2100
Form Factor:     Block
Dimensions:     116 x 49 x 18 mm
Weight:     144 g
Antenna:     Internal
Navigation:     5-Way Joystick
Battery Type:     950 mAh Li-Ion
Talk Time:     4.00
Standby Time:     400
Memory:     4.0 GB
Expandable Memory:     No


Main Screen:     262000 colors (TFD / Sapphire Crystal) 240 x 320 px
External Screen:     No
Camera:     3.0 MP / Flash / 8X Zoom / Auto-Focus / Video Recorder


MP3 Player:     No
FM Radio:     No
Speakerphone:     Yes
Push-To-Talk:     No


Wallpapers:     240 x 320 px
Screen Savers:     240 x 320 px
Ring Tones:     MP3
Themes:     No
Games:     J2ME
Streaming Multimedia:     No


SMS:     Yes
EMS:     Yes
MMS:     Yes
Email:     POP3 / IMAP4 / SMTP
Chat:     No
Predictive Text:     T9
Phonebook Capacity:     1500
Calendar:     Yes
To-Do List:     Yes
WAP:     2.0
Voice Commands:     Yes
Calculator:     Yes


Bluetooth:     2.0 (HFP / HSP)
Infrared Port:     No
High-Speed Data:     UMTS
Wi-Fi:     No
GPS:     No
PC Sync:     Micro-USB (Vertu PC Suite)


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