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Vertu Ti
Brand Vertu
First released 14 February 2013 (2013-02-14)
Successor Vertu Constellation V
Type Smartphone
Form factor Bar
Operating system Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich"
System on chip Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8260A
CPU 1.7 GHz dual-core ARM
GPU Adreno 225
Memory GB RAM
Storage 64 GB flash memory
Battery Li-ion 1,250 mAh
Rear camera 8 Mpx
Front camera 1.3 MpX
Other NFC, Concierge

The Vertu Ti is an Android mobile phone made by Vertu in England.[1] It features a titanium case with a sapphire screen making it more robust than most smartphones. The phone is expected to retail at £6700 (7900, $10500).

It shares similar hardware and the same battery pack as Nokia's Lumia 920, and is also manufactured by Nokia, which formerly owned Vertu.[2]

Made of grade 5 Titanium, polished ceramic and partially covered with leather, the Vertu Ti was announced and released in February 2013. The phone sports a 1.7 GHz dual-core CPU and 1 gigabyte of RAM, 64 gigabytes of built-in storage which can be increased by up to 32 gigabytes with a removable MicroSD memory card. The display is a TFT capacitive, multitouch, scratch-resistant, sapphire crystal glass touchscreen with 16,000,000 colors, 480 x 800 pixels in resolution, and 3.7 inches in physical size thereby giving out 252 pixels per inch (PPI).[3]

The phone is equipped with an 8-megapixel camera which captures up to 3264x2448 pixel pictures, and is featured with autofocus, geo-tagging and a LED flash. The front-facing camera has a resolution of 1.3 megapixels.[3]



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