Luxury in the Vertu edition

Vertu is a brand that the average Smith does not say, but the richest businessmen and corporate executives know the smartphones they use. The newest product of this company is called Signature Touch.

Vertu smartphones may not match the performance of Samsung or Apple, but they certainly outperform their performance and detail. Each replica is hand-made and made from the most expensive materials, and also finished with exotic leather.

Earlier models of this company were not speed demons, but Vertu decided to go with the spirit of time and significantly upgrade their smartphones. Its latest Signature Touch model features a 5.2-inch Full HD screen, protected by a sapphire coating, which is completely scratch resistant.

The smartphone housing is made of titanium, extremely durable and very lightweight, and the rear panel is trimmed with high quality leather (you can choose a crocodile skin). Interestingly, the double flap is incorporated into the rear panel, which surrounds the camera on both sides. There are slots microSD card and nanoSIM. Of course, the flap itself also acts as an ornament and the manufacturer can engrave it at the request of the purchaser.

The interior of the Signature Touch enclosure covers the eight-core Snapdragon 810 processor with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory, which can be expanded with a maximum 2TB microSD card.

It also includes a 21 megapixel rear-facing camera with dual LED flash, autofocus, and 4K movie recording capabilities. The front camera has only 2.1 megapixels, but it is enough.

The smartphone connects to the Internet via LTE, allowing downloading files up to 300 Mbit. Its battery has a capacity of 3160 mAh, and thanks to Quick Charge 2.0 technology, recharging takes a relatively short time. Of course there is also Qi technology for wireless charging, as well as NFC, Bluetooth aptX, buttons made of ruby ​​and stereo speakers.