Vertu, Nokia’s luxury branch is famous for its precious candybars for the rich, but now it seems that they’re ready to switch to another form factor, through the new model, Constellation F. “F” stands for fold and this is the first clamshell of the company.


vertu-constellation-f-mobil-cz uncovered this device , that packs a 2.4 inch HVGA primary display, a 3 megapixel camera with dual LED flash, 8GB of internal memory and supports for GSM/EDGE and HSPA. Leather finishes are also an option, plus jewels, but the important thing is that the device supports HSPA 850/ 1900, that together with the form factor make the handset appealing for Americans.

Too bad that the phone will most likely cost $10,000 or more, enough to bring recession in the house of any Dodge owner.

[via Engadget Mobile]

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