Vertu, the maker of ultra-high end mobile phones has just completed ten years of servicing it’s high end clientele. To mark this special occasion for the second time, it has launched the Rococo Constellation phone series to follow it’s Monogram Constellation series. These stunning pieces of mobile phone art come with leather finished panels that only a select club of ultra rich people can touch and feel. Yes, that is how expensive each of these phones are. Inspired by the French era of arts, these phones are aptly named the Rococo series and have beautiful floral patterns that have been hand embroidered on their back panels which make them look more classy than girlish.
Considering the huge price you will have to fork out for these phones, you might be a little disappointed to know that these phones don’t even feature 3G, let alone WiFi or GPS, but then again, most users of these phones may not have time to even type out an email. So, maybe the real Vertu users have no qualms with Vertu’s limited range of features. Personally, I think that they would prefer Vertu’s incredible posing value rather than the techno-trickery under it’s panel. And if you still want a phone loaded to the gills with the latest technology, you always have the Nokias and Sony Ericssons of the world. Vertu virtually means absolute exclusivity.