Android Luxury Vertu Ti Announced, Costs $9,600 - $19,900

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wardoc22

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Pfft I gotz hella really lotz of cash money just laying around my room

10,000 iz nothing 4 me 2 worry 'bout cuz im rich
 

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I've played around with their constellation series, and I was quite jealous. The designs are absolutely beautiful, if you think its pretty in the picture, you should see it in your hand. It just compliments everything. Far from being a simplistic design. Love the Sapphire glass as well, gives it a slight blueish tint but very pleasing, and extremely durable. Puts Gorilla glass to shame. Pretty small battery on this guy, but I guess you don't need the battery, you can just sit there and look at its prettiness and be entertained.
 

MichaelSP

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I guess its for luxury design but you'd think they'd make it more...up to date? I thought seeing the news title that it'd be some super-phone with amazing tech not in most phones due to being cost restrictive.
 
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Even if I was a billionaire I would buy this crap. My classic Galaxy S is doing me just fine
 

Uberragen21

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To be honest, it looks like crap and the specs aren't something worth bragging about. Sapphire glass, okay nice touch. Titanium on a phone, ehh. Tiny screen, low resolution, only 1250 mAh battery? So you pay about 9000 to 19000 too much for a phone that gets crappy reception, dies in a couple hours of moderate use, and you have to squint just to see the screen. Hmmm, where do I get one?
 

KyrosysJ

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might as well sell my arm and leg for this. anyone looking to buy a pair of kidneys? hardly used : never smoked or got drunk
 

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For people complaining about the specs, I'm pretty sure having a sapphire-encrusted phone wins any conversation bragging rights. Boasting about your phone's Quad-core 2 GHz Cortex-A15 is a first class ticket to dying celibate.
 

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Man, I'd just absolutely like to see an uncompromised Android device with the absolute best specs:

* 2Ghz+ quad core (or 8 core BIG-little),
* 4GB of RAM,
* 4000+ mAh removable battery,
* ~5" 1080p flexible AMOLED screen (or whatever)
* A uniquely great 8+ MP camera that was designed to be unrivaled
* Unmatched build materials (hardened Synthetic Sapphire crystal, Kevlar & Titanium body).
* A deliberately well designed aesthetically pleasing body designed by a team whose task it is to make it so.
* Raw Android to ensure quick updates for as long as possible

...you know, kinda of a North Star dream phone. ...so those for whom $20K is irrelevant can really say and feel they have the best, a no-compromise device. You see, this Virtu crap is not it. ...not even close.

Samsung should build this device just to prove they're capable of doing so and kick off a "We can build the best cost-no-object phone" war. A technology demonstrator.
 
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