Vertu comes back from the dead w/ new $5,000 ‘Aster P’ luxury Android smartphone
Greater than a 12 months after the company officially declared bankruptcy, Vertu has risen from the lifeless to announce their very newest luxurious smartphone with a $5,000 price ticket.

Unveiled in China, the Vertu Aster P is the most recent within the line, which was final up to date in 2014. Very similar to each different Vertu telephone offered beforehand, the Vertu Aster P is handmade in England with ultra-premium supplies.

Talking of these, the Aster P has a Grade-5 Titanium body and the show is produced from a single piece of 133-carat sapphire crystal glass. This could make it light-weight and hard — not that we’re anticipating a overview unit heading our method anytime quickly.

Around the again, luxurious supplies proceed for use, with your entire again coated in a mix of crocodile and lizard leather-based. You will get the leather-based in a spread of colours too if you happen to’re an adventurous millionaire.

The concierge button comes again with Aster P, with the devoted purple button on the facet that provides 24/7 direct entry to your individual private butler. The issues wealthy individuals do to really feel essential, eh? The again additionally contains gull-wing doorways for SIM tray entry  — twin nano-SIMs solely — below every door you’ll discover the signature of the craftsman that made the unit you buy.

Now the specs are probably the most complicated facet of your entire bundle  — effectively, the worth too. The Vertu Aster P packs in a mid-range Snapdragon 660 CPU, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. The AMOLED show measures in at 4.9-inches at a 1920 x 1080 decision. Every part is powered by a 3,200mAh battery.

The rear has a 12-megapixel digicam and the front-facing digicam measures in at 20-megapixel. Clearly, Vertu thinks that potential patrons choose selfies over scenic snapshots. It’s going to run Android Oreo out of the field, unsurprising given the remainder of the specs.

Solely formally out there in China, the gadget is up for pre-order at an eye-watering 35,800¥ (~$5200) for the Black or White model. If gold is extra your type, then count on to shell out 98,000¥ (~$14,150).

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