Would You Own This Phone? The Vertu Constellation Quest

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Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker Dynasty

  The what? Never heard of this phone until today. I have my current Blackberry for about 2 years and am pretty happy with. It is easy to make phone calls, send and receive emails, keeps track of my contacts and alerts upcoming calendar events. Once in a while would have to look up things on the Internet and use some apps. Many people have this phone or something siilar so nothing to flash around.

                      Vertu Constellation Quest smart phone

  Today I saw this phone which is the Vertu Constellation Quest and it would be a great phone to show off and can withstand a lot of drops and abuse. The phone is similar to a BlackBerr Bold. Each key on the keyboard is made of solid block of sapphire, which the only material tougher is diamonds. The screen is a 2.46-inch screen made of sapphire with a steel plate backing meaning even after 300 drops, it is still ok. The bottom leather is the same leather used on Aston Martin car seats that can withstand sweat and stain. Best of all there is a 24/7 conciege service in nine different languages to answer any question and fix your phone issue. More specs.

  Depending on the type of material used, the phone cost from $8,000 - $28,000. If I have an extra million dollars in my bank account, I would definately get one or two of these phones. In the meantime I will just stick with my trusty BlackBerry and iPhone 4. This phone would be a great device to get attention and something to talk about.

 

Comments (2)

Fernando Herboso - Broker for Maxus Realty Group
Maxus Realty Group - Broker 301-246-0001 - Gaithersburg, MD
301-246-0001 Serving Maryland, DC and Northern VA

Love this phone. .its on my shopping list:)

Jan 26, 2011 02:15 AM
Terkel Sørensen
Real Estate Places - Temecula, CA
Realtor, 951.805.0773 , Bank owned and Short Sales

I guess if you have an extra mil sitting around, but why not invest it in something useful, like, say - a smart phone? 

Just saying... 

Jan 30, 2011 04:50 PM