Vertu Constellation Quest Now FCC-Approved

The FCC has just given the Vertu Constellation Quest smartphone a seal of approval, making it available on retail whenever Vertu wishes. The open-line smartphone features a QWERTY keypad, a Symbian-ish OS, HSDPA data, WiFi, what seems like a camera with flash, and a 32GB microSD card to save plenty of contacts and photos.

We are still on the loop when and where the Vertu Constellation Quest will become available, but one thing is for sure: It would probably cost more expensive than the most expensive smartphones around. Whether it will be worth the purchase? We are not sure.

Source: Engadget

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