Nokia's affiliated luxury handset maker Vertu, has unveiled its latest device in the smartphone market. Dubbed ‘Vertu Constellation Quest Ferrari,' the new device was introduced by the company via an official teaser image.
As the focus of this device is the quality of the materials and not advanced functionality, it seems like a perfect device with perfect configuration.
The device will be powered by Symbian v9.3, S60 3rd Edition along with ARM 11 processor and will include 512 MB of flash memory and 128 MB RAM. The size of the display screen is 2.4 inches with 320 x 240 pixel resolution that can display 16 million colours. It has two cameras - one a 5 mega pixel along with Flash and Autofocus, and a VGA camera on the front, for video calling facility.
The device will also feature Bluetooth 2.0 with EDR, A-GPS, WiFi 802.11b/g, 250 MB internal memory and MicroSD memory card slot to extend memory up to 16 GB, reports Mobile Arsenal.
Vertu is known as a leading manufacturer of luxury, high-end mobile phones. However, late last year news surfaced that Nokia might be getting rid of this undertaking.