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NewsVertu Ascent Ferrari 60 mobile phone : Talking about an exclusive, and expensive mobile design phone! Vertu, a pioneer and leading manufacturer of handcrafted mobile phones for the luxury market, has launched a new phone, the Vertu Ascent Ferrari 60 Limited Edition, to commemorate Ferrari’s 60th Anniversary. The Vertu Ascent Ferrari 60 mobile phone is inspired by the Ferrari 612 Scaglietti. Using hand-polished titanium for the chassis the limited edition handset draws inspiration from Ferrari cars that embody strength, durability and high-level performance. Vertu worked closely with Ferrari’s design team to develop this exclusive limited edition design phone.
Ferrari mobile phone

Vertu Ascent Ferrari 60 - Inspired by Ferrari cars
The Vertu Ascent Ferrari 60 is inspired by the dynamic and stylish Ferrari cars. Carefully crafted with the same precision and attention to detail given when assembling a Ferrari, the Vertu Ascent Ferrari 60 mobile phone celebrates the delicate balance between form and function. The Vertu Ferrari 60 is handcrafted. It also comes with a stylish case, designed by Ferrari’s design team. The luxury unit of Nokia has started selling the phone, designed jointly with Ferrari, for about 18,000 euros ($25,400) at its stores in London, Paris, Hong Kong and Singapore

Handcrafted Ferrari mobile phone

Vertu Ferrari 60 - Handcrafted mobile phone
Vertu is the pioneer and leading manufacturer of handcrafted mobile phones for the luxury market. Vertu launched in 2002, and now has three distinct phone collections; all Vertu phones are assembled by hand at the company’s headquarters in the United Kingdom. They are available exclusively in Vertu’s own stores and over 370 of the finest watch, jewelers and department stores across 48 countries worldwide.





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