Vertu Aster, a titanium-built phone, starts at Php310,000
The Aster is the latest luxury phone from the English company Vertu. It sports impressive specs with a top-notch build quality and is priced at an equivalent value of Php310K.
Vertu Aster specs:
4.7-inch Full HD display @ 1920 x 1080 resolution, 473ppi
Reinforced with sapphire crystal
2.3GHz Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor
64GB internal storage
13MP AF rear camera with twin LED flash
2.1MP front camera
Bluetooth 4.0, NFC
Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi hotspot
Hi-fi front stereo speakers
Qi-compatible wireless charging
USB OTG support
Android 4.4 KitKat
The Aster’s body is a hand-made combination of hardened titanium and leather (or exotic skins like snake skin) with a red ‘ruby’ key on the side. Initially expected on the iPhone 6, it flaunts a full-on sapphire display which is the next hardest material to diamond.
It basically has a very stylish design with a premium build, and we know that a smartphone something like this would come at a rather hefty price tag. The Aster starts at $6,900 or roughly Php310K and reaches up to $9,700 or Php434K depending on the model – this is one phone you wouldn’t want to just accidentally lose. (Want something more expensive? How about the Php495K-worth Vertu Signature Touch?)
For a more detailed look at the England-made Vertu Aster, check out their official page.