British luxury phone manufacturer Vertu launched its Ti phone for the Indian market. Well-known for their quality, as well as prices, latest model by the brand comes at a hefty price of Rs. 6,49,990 for the Indian customers. Now that the price is out of the way, here is what those willing to pay are getting for their money’s worth.


Considering its cost, the new Vertu Ti is not the regular factory-made handset which can be used on a daily basis. Every phone is built out of 184 parts, compiled together by a single craftsman in England, while the unit is signed by the maker. Phone has a tough 3.7-inch sapphire crystal sheet which protects the high-resolution screen on the front panel which is also scratch-proof.

The outer casing is made by a specially graded 5 titanium in order to ensure the phone to be lightweight, yet durable. The Concierge button was replaced by a different button and carries the same name as the label. This phone also features personal, corporate and asset security and users can expect invitations to special festivals, priority bookings, as well as recommendations and much more.

The phone has an Android Ice Cream Sandwich and is powered by a dual core 1.7 Ghz processor with 1 GB of RAM.


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