Vertu Unveils Four Golden Phones In Japan
Nokia recently unveiled four new golden phones through its luxury mobile phone brand Vertu. These handsets has been announced in Japan and named as Kinko, Kikusui, Nanten and Daigo. Each of these handsets comes with a price tag of $215,000 (approx. 20 million yen).
All the handsets are priced equally ($215,000) including free domestic calls and they are made in Japan with an exclusive gold lacquerwork. Each design of these phones stands for the different seasons of the year.
According to CrunchGear, “The occasion for these super-limited editions is the first anniversary of Vertu’s flagship store in Ginza, Tokyo next month. Vertu plans to sell just four of these handsets worldwide.”
The specs of these handsets looks quite unimpressive. These phones are exclusively made from precious materials. Vertu will sell only one unit of each model worldwide. If you have enough bucks to buy this handset, then hurry up or else you will miss the golden opportunity to own one of these limited edition phones.