We have been reviewing some budget phones expect a few more in the coming weeks, but this time we decided to go on the other end of the spectrum believe me when we mean the end we really mean the end of the spectrum . We review the Vertu Ti, oh yes we do.
The Vertu brand was part of the Nokia phone but the recent streamlining meant that Vertu was no longer part of the brand. Now we don’t have the specifics of who owns them we are not in the business to know it too we are phone website. I have always loved British engineering (yes I am a Rolls Royce Fan who isn’t). The Brits make good stuff some may not like it but it is my opinion (free world right to choose that kind of stuff).
The phone is made out of Grade 5 titanium not the kind of building material that one would often see in a phone making it already a class apart from the normal phones out in the market. The phone is powered by a 1.7 GHZ dual core snapdragon processor The display is a capacitive touchscreen made out of sapphire crystal glass another unique part that makes the phone stand out a 3.7 inch screen with 252 ppi is something that would be a downer but it was a conscious decision on the part of the manufactures. The sapphire crystal glass is also scratch resistant it supports multi-touch. With a titanium body and sapphire glass as it components it already makes the phone way expensive than others (if you think the iPhone is expensive, think again). The buttons on the phone are ruby embedded making the response faster the volume rockers and power on off buttons on the side also have similar arrangements to get a quick response. The phone comes with Android version 4.0 one would expect a higher version of the Android Operating system to be installed sadly not the case here.
The phone comes with a 64 GB internal memory to serve all your space requirements and has 1 GB Ram. The real killers are the Bang and Olufsen speakers they make everything that you listen too fantastic. The camera is a 8 MP autofocus dual LED Flash capable of video recording at 1080p @ 30 fps a front facing camera at 1.2 MP ensure all video conferencing is a breeze. The handset comes with a version 4 Bluetooth and micro USB version 2.0 along. The unique point is the concierge service provide by Vertu the service lets one to book reserve or order things via the service so all your emergency needs are just touch away this service come preinstalled and is free for one year.
Overall the phone is something that very rich people would prefer to buy for status as it symbolizes status. We were awestruck with the build quality and overall attention to detail. An amazing experience would like to revisit it again sometime just for the kicks.