Filed under: Gadgets
The ranks of the world's wealthy still have their fair share of old money, but self-made millionaires are becoming more and more common. And if you've made it there on your own, it probably took a lot of hard work. While luxuries are due the self-made wealthy, a businessman isn't about to give up the tools that got him there. So while a Vertu phone may seem like a nice indulgence, most businessmen would likely rather keep their Blackberries and all their functionality.
That's where the new Vertu Constellation Quest comes in. It packs all the high-end design features that set a Vertu apart from more common mobile phones, but packs a full QWERTY keyboard and a wider screen to keep its user connected and in the loop.
For the Quest, Vertu has also introduced new features like Vertu Remote Assist that allows the tech support team on call 'round the clock to go into the phone and fix whatever's not working. There's also Vertu City Brief, providing users with fingertip access to information on whatever location they're traveling to. All that and more, packed into a choice of stainless steel (matte or polished) or 18-karat gold case with a leather back and sapphire crystal screen.