Vertu Constellation T is companys first touchscreen phone

Vertu logoThe fact that Nokia-owned Vertu is able to sell enough cellphones with high four- and five-figure price tags to justify its existence to its parent company is amazing in its own right, but whats even more amazing is that none of them have a touchscreen (in fact, it didnt even have a smartphone at all until the Constellation Quest was announced late last year). Thanks to a just-filed Bluetooth certification, we now know thats about to change with the Constellation T.

Vertu Constellation T

Unlike most Vertus, the Constellation T seems to have specs that can compete head-to-head with the more plebeian smartphones that most of us use: on top of a pentaband HSPA radio, its got an 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash, 32GB of onboard storage, and a 3.5-inch nHD AMOLED display likely picked out of the Nokia N8 parts bin. Odds are very good that its running either Symbian Anna or Belle with a heavily-customized Vertu skin, though we dont have any shots of it turned on. Interestingly, a Bloomberg story on Vertus success from a few days ago pegs the companys first touchscreen device for an October launch, so theres little doubt that this is it. Tycoons, get out your checkbooks.

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