If owning a Vertu Ti isn’t exclusive enough for you then how about owning a limited edition Vertu TI? Vertu has announced two limited edition models which come in Sunset Red and Midnight Blue. The company which specializes in high end luxury mobile devices said that only 1,000 of each models are being manufactured and each unit will come with a unique number etched at the back to show which among the 1,000 units’ customers have bought.
The limited edition Vertu TI is made from the same grade 5 titanium material as that of the regular model. It also sports premium calf leather which either comes in red or blue. Its 3.7 inch sapphire display is only second to diamond in terms of hardness. It is reportedly 5 times stronger than any smartphone in the market today. It costs HK$90,000 or about US$11,700 and is currently selling in several stores in Hong Kong.
Limited Edition Vertu TI Technical Specifications
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
- 3.7 inch sapphire display, 480 x 800 pixels
- 1.7 GHz dual core processor
- 1 GB RAM
- 64 GB storage
- microSD support up to 64 GB
- 8MP rear camera with auto focus and twin LED flash
- 1.3MP front facing Skype compliant camera
One important feature of the device is the availability of Vertu Key. This allows anyone who owns the device to have access to Vertu specific services available globally 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The services included are Vertu Certainty which protects the device, data, and to some extent the owner. There’s also Vertu Life which gives articles of interest that would interest the customer. The famous Vertu Concierge service is also accessible.
Each Vertu device is handmade by a single craftsman in the company headquarters in Hampshire, England. Upon completion of several quality tests it is then shipped to several retailers around the world. The Vertu Ti is described by Vertu CEO Perry Oosting as “our most important product in a decade.”
People who own the Vertu Ti give it a positive review saying it is the most well-built device that they have ever used. While it is heavy on the hand owing to the materials being used, the touchscreen and physical keys are built with precision making it very satisfying to use.
If you have the money to spare then you might want to get the limited edition Vertu TI which is already available in the market.