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Nokia’s Vertu announces Ferrari Mobile

If you’re a Ferrarri fanatic, chances are you’ve probably come across the many Ferrari branded devices and gadgets brought to the consumers by different companies. Nokia’s Vertu range had just added itself to the array by announcing the Ferrari Ascent Ti.

Bearing a sturdy titanium body, which apparently has been forged at 850ËšC, the phone features 4GB of internal memory for a 3MP camera which is supplemented by integrated flash. For the internet savvy user, the phone is 3G enabled.

So how much does the Ferrari brand damage your pocket? Although no official pricing is available, TechRadar estimates it to be around £3,000.

5 replies on “Nokia’s Vertu announces Ferrari Mobile”

Hm, I'm not sure I'm sold on the idea of such expensive high-end phones. I watched Top Gear last night and it looks like Ferrari owners get top end performance *and* design for their money – 0 to 60 in three seconds and a nice shell to boot. Paying Vertu £3,000 gets you nice design, sure, but I don't know if the performance is quite there – looks like a photolight as opposed to a Xenon module. Not quite what you would want if you're taking pics of the babes attracted to your car outside a nightclub!

Hm, I'm not sure I'm sold on the idea of such expensive high-end phones. I watched Top Gear last night and it looks like Ferrari owners get top end performance *and* design for their money – 0 to 60 in three seconds and a nice shell to boot. Paying Vertu £3,000 gets you nice design, sure, but I don't know if the performance is quite there – looks like a photolight as opposed to a Xenon module. Not quite what you would want if you're taking pics of the babes attracted to your car outside a nightclub!

Hm, I'm not sure I'm sold on the idea of such expensive high-end phones. I watched Top Gear last night and it looks like Ferrari owners get top end performance *and* design for their money – 0 to 60 in three seconds and a nice shell to boot. Paying Vertu £3,000 gets you nice design, sure, but I don't know if the performance is quite there – looks like a photolight as opposed to a Xenon module. Not quite what you would want if you're taking pics of the babes attracted to your car outside a nightclub!

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