British luxury mobile phone maker Vertu introduced their most affordable smartphones so far. The new Vertu Aster Chevron collection consists of three models – Pink Chevron, Blue Chevron and Black Chevron. The phones feature a sapphire crystal screen, titanium sides, and they are covered in a highly resilient Italian fabric. Each phone costs €3.900, and they come with services like 24-hour worldwide assistance, VIP packages to major sporting events, cultural events, subscriptions for anti-virus and anti-theft software etc.
Android 5.1 Lollipop
Qualcomm Snapdragon 801
4.7″ FullHD screen
13MP main camera with twin LED flash
2.1MO front camera
64GB of internal memory
Qi compatible wireless charging
2275mAh Li-ion battery
Vertu was founded back in 1998 by Nokia and was sold in 2012 to a Swedish company called EQT VI. However, Nokia remained the owner of a 10% stock package. The Swedish company sold their share in 2015 to Chinese Godin Holdings.