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Vertu announces a rebranded Signature Touch with Bentley

For the third time around, Bentley and Vertu have released a co-branded smartphone that will cost you thousands on dollars just to get your hands on it.


The Signature Touch for Bentley is the same Signature Touch of 2015 but with custom additions for added exclusivity and luxury. It has a two-tone Beluga and Hotspur Bentley leather, with Hotspur stitching. It also features knurled side keys and a one-of-a-kind pillow rail and sound bar. And to top everything, it has a 3D Bently logo.

Vertu Signature Touch for Bentley specifications:
5.2-inch Full HD display
Sapphire crystal glass
Qualcomm Snapdragon 810
64GB expandable storage
21-megapixel rear camera w/ PDAF
2-megapixel front-facing camera
3160mAh battery
Android 5.1 Lollipop

Aside from hardware, Bentley also offers their dedicated app that delivers exclusive content to its customers like VIP access to events and additional features that coincide with Bently vehicles. Of course, you also get all the Vertu’s perks that comes with it.

The Vertu Signature Touch for Bently starts at $9,000 or just around Php427,000.


This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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8 Responses

  1. walalang... says:

    W O W ! ! !

    yun lang…

  2. Rigor Impossible says:

    Bili nalang ako ng bagon sasakyan…… K bye…

  3. loadex says:

    DIesel o Gasoline? Grabe ha, puwede na makabili ng isang Hyundai EON Brand New in Cash.

  4. PDAF says:

    21-megapixel rear camera w/ “PDAF”

  5. noob says:

    sayang bibili sana kung ginawang 5 mp yung front camera :(

  6. Gian Pangan says:

    Magkano na ba suzuki celerio o toyota wigo ngayon hahaha

  7. Oona says:

    People should understand that these are 2 luxury brands in one package. Definitely not for us. A Bentley Continental GT can go more than 20M! So it is proportional to match it with a 400k phone. Better ratio, in fact, compared to a person with an iPhone/flagship user (40K) phone with a 2nd hand car (100-150K). :)

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