At $22 800, the new Vertu for Bentley edition is a true match for your Mulsanne Speed

At $22 800, the new Vertu for Bentley edition is a true match for your Mulsanne Speed
Remember the "Vertu for Bentley" luxury Android smartphone we told you about back in October? Well, the fruitful collaboration between the two upscale manufacturers has churned out its second brainchild, this time an even more expensive one. Called "Vertu Signature for Bentley," it will be released on September 18th, but will make a number of cameos at various posh events beforehand.

This special Vertu Signature edition is inspired by the insane Bentley Mulsanne Speed flagship of the luxury card brand, and has the exterior to match, with stainless steel chassis, Beluga Black calf leather wrapping, and sapphire/titanium logo beneath the keypad. Given the number pad and smallish screen, this doesn't look like it will be a smartphone, which might be a plus for the privacy-oriented jetsetting crowd.

While the exact specs aren't listed, you can apparently use a made-to-order configurator with over two thousands combo versions. The Vertu Signature can come with your choice of leather and other elements to best match your Bentley car interior, for instance. The available leather and stitching hues carry sophisticated names like Hotspur, Beluga, Linen, Newmarket tan, Burnt Oak, Fireglow, Imperial Blue or Saddle, and are actually existing interiors in this luxury cars series. The price? Well, it can all be yours for the princely sum of about £14,500 ($22,800), and the phone maker says it will throw in a sapphire glass screen and exemplary sound quality for free. At this price, the leather LG G4 is starting to look like a real steal. Any takers?

source: Bentley



1. Donotnameme

Posts: 47; Member since: Jul 01, 2014

i'll take 12

5. Kruze

Posts: 1285; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

That equals to $273 600, that is actually quite cheap when I strike a lottery.

14. unregistered

My dog is graduating next month. This will be a perfect gift for him. My one-year boxer boy.

2. waddup121 unregistered

bently swag

3. natypes

Posts: 1110; Member since: Feb 02, 2015

Wait I thought Androids were for poor people though......

4. Kruze

Posts: 1285; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

You're almost there, but actually, Android is for everyone.

8. natypes

Posts: 1110; Member since: Feb 02, 2015

You mean like "Be together, not same"?

6. LikeMyself

Posts: 631; Member since: Sep 23, 2013

It's running Symbian or what?

7. microsoftnokiawin

Posts: 1268; Member since: Mar 30, 2012

lol no !

11. Johnnokia

Posts: 1158; Member since: May 27, 2012

No, but Nokia still owns part of Vertu

13. microsoftnokiawin

Posts: 1268; Member since: Mar 30, 2012

that's irrelevant and they own shares

9. R3DgRu

Posts: 55; Member since: Jun 10, 2015

Please phonearena review this.

10. Martin_Cooper

Posts: 1774; Member since: Jul 30, 2013

Pretty sure a very rich person will go for an iphone over this.I do understand people spend millions on cars and jets. But you want a good functional phone not a tiny super tall screen phone only cause its handmade out of unicorn tears. Its like buying a super car for a million that has 3 wheels, one in front and whenever you go around a corner it flips over. Of course brainless retards like lil wayne who think beats is top quality headphones would definitely buy few of these until they find out that that after a year its still running old laggy OS and cant see s**t on that weird screen.

12. Crispin_Gatieza

Posts: 3166; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

Rich people don't go around looking at Facebook or killing flying pigs. Rich people have others do it for them. All they need is a phone to get messages. If they need to send an email, they have assistants always at the ready. I'm not talking about celebrities with coin, I'm talking people who are LIQUID.

15. natypes

Posts: 1110; Member since: Feb 02, 2015

Well, no, if all they need is messages and phone calls iPhone would be the choice seeing as that's about all it can do.

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