if thought you already have everything else in the world that money can buy, then you are dead wrong. you are probably still missing out a luxury smartphone, or to be more specific, your path to the peak of opulence will not be complete without luxe smart communication device such as the Vertu Ti Luxury Android Smartphone. with a starting sticker $9,600, it is probably the most expensive ‘stock’ Android smartphone money can buy but of course, you could always opt for the top-of-the-range Titanium Black PVD Red Gold Mixed Metals which cost a whopping $19,900 – if you are in the mood for the ultimate in lavishness. finally, being super rich doesn’t mean living without a clever phone or be alienated from the Android community, as the Ti runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (sounds more like The Frrrozen Haute Chocolate ice cream sundae in this case), albeit being slightly dated. just slightly.

so what do you get for 10 grand or more? a grade 5 titanium and leather clad handset with a 3.7-inch sapphire crystal shielding its WVGA touchscreen display and 184 parts put together by hand in England by a single craftsman. elsewhere in the hard specs department, it boast a 1.7GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, backed by 1GB RAM, internal storage of 64GB, a twin LED flash-equipped 8.0-megapixel rear shooter with full HD video recording capability, a 1.3-megapixel Skype-compliant front-facing camera and audio reproduction that has been put through the paces at Bang & Olufsen’s Denmark studio with the help of the London Symphony Orchestra. with the purchase of this ridiculously dear handset, you will be inducted to Vertu’s white-glove Concierge service where the over-the-air concierge will help in finding everything that’s related to luxury. other mortally features include access to full suite of Google services and Google Play store, A-GPS with electronic compass, plus the usual servings of connectivity and sensors, including WiFi, WiFi Hotspot, Bluetooth v4, NFC gyroscope, as well as accelerometer.

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Published by Mike chua

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