Nokia’s Vertu recently celebrated one year of existence of its flagship store in Ginza, Tokyo and they used this occasion to launch a new limited series of luxury handsets. Available in Japan, the new models represent the four seasons and bear the names of Vertu Kinko, Vertu Nanten, Vertu Kikusui and Vertu Daigo.


Each model was painted by hand and covered in gold, plus they have very nice textures, as shown in the images below. Apparently, only 4 units of each model will be made, each retailing for about $215,800. Buyers of this ultra luxury phones will get free domestic calls locally, which doesn’t quite matter, once you spend $200k on a phone.

[via Unwired View]

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