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The Bentley Mobile Phone

Vertu for Bentley Smartphone

Teaming up with luxury British brand Vertu, Bentley have released their very own smartphone for the paltry sum of £10,700.

Previously owned by Nokia, Vertu have been producing exceptionally lavish mobile phones from their Crookham, England, HQ since 1998. Renowned for their fine English craftsmanship rather than their boundary-pushing technology, Vertu have agreed a five-year contract with luxury car maker Bentley in which the pair will release four mobile phones branded Vertu For Bentley.

Made from titanium with a 1080p sapphire-crystal screen, the celebrated car firm’s debut smartphone boasts a frame wrapped in quilted calf leather in Bentley’s bespoke Newmarket Tan colourway. So if you’re vegan, this phone’s certainly not for you!

Each one of the 2,000 Bentley phones is constructed by hand with the maker’s signature under the back cover and the firm’s famous ‘B’ wings logo at the front. Nice touch. With Android's KitKat 4.4 operating system running the show, the Vertu For Bentley houses a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 64GB of memory under the bonnet. Specs easily matched by the much cheaper Samsung Galaxy S5.

So, what else do you get for nearly 11 grand? Well, something that sets the phone apart from the standard flagship devices is its 24-hour worldwide concierge service. No matter what you want - big or small, cheap or expensive - the service is available for your every need. If you’re trying to get hold of tickets to a sold out show, a reservation at a fully booked restaurant, a bespoke gift for a loved one or even just a pizza delivered to your house, the nice guys and girls over at Vertu will sort it out.

If you own a Bentley – a vehicle more expensive than the average UK house price – then £10,700 probably won’t seem like too much of an outlay. For the rest of us, however, this absurdly extravagant status symbol is probably just out of reach. I think I’ll stick with my HTC.

Vertu for Bentley Smartphone

Teaming up with luxury British brand Vertu, Bentley have released their very own smartphone for the paltry sum of £10,700.

Previously owned by Nokia, Vertu have been producing exceptionally lavish mobile phones from their Crookham, Engl


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