Vertu has a new addition to their luxury phone lineup, the Signature Touch and it comes with a hefty starting price tag of $11,300. Phone measures 5.7 inches, this much real estate would make any phone a phablet, but its 1080p touchscreen display measures only 4.7 inches and that makes it a regular sized phone. The handcrafted Signature Touch runs on Android 4.4 KitKat and available in range of colors and exotic leathers. This phone as with other Vertus come with all the bells and whistles they offer including the Concierge Service, Life personal assistant service and Certainty data protection service.
Protected inside its titanium casing exists a 2.3 GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, 64 GB of internal storage, Qi wireless charging, NFC, Bluetooth, GPS Compass and a 2275mAh battery. Several connectivity options including LTE, Micro USB and WCDMA Bands are available. For Skype enthusiasts it has a 23.5 MP front camera and Bang & Olufsen speaker with Dolby Digital Plus virtual surround sound. For everything else there is the 13-megapixel Hasselblad camera on the back.
It also comes with a list of pre-installed applications and majority of them are Google staples such as Gmail, Google Play, Google Maps and YouTube. Vertu also installed other non-stock apps that include calendar, messaging, movie, music and contacts. At $11,300 the Signature Touch is not for everyone, but if you have plenty to burn here’s the link to place the order.