The highest end smartphones don’t really reveal the opulence and good wealth of a millionaire. There is, however, an alternative made of leather and precious metals. Luxury phone manufacturer Vertu released it’s call encrypting Android smartphone. It is name Vertu Constellation. The phone is entirely handmade and lacks anything but detailed perfection.

With a price that uses the entire writing space on a cheque, the phone can be customized to your liking. Whether you want snakeskin or ostrich, Vertu can add it to the Constellation. Technology-wise, this smartphone runs Android on a Snapdragon 820 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

Furthermore, the phone supports dual-sim features. It’s the first device from Vertu to do so. Using SilentCircle technology, Vertu Constellation fully encrypts calls. The scratch-resistant 5.5 inch display is made of sapphire. A 3200 mAh battery provides power for the phone and its 12 MP camera.

The British manufacturer hasn’t yet provided a price tag. However, given the price history of Vertu devices, it should be anything except affordable for the average pleb.

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