Vertu’s leather-wrapped Constellation Quest hits the FCC with concierge in tow
Vertu, maker of high end mobile phones, passed a BlackBerry-like device called the Constellation Quest through the FCC today. The stylish Quest features brushed metal accents and a leather back, giving the phone a somewhat marine-inspired design (think 20,000 leagues under the sea).
The Quest runs Nokia’s Symbian OS, not surprising since Vertu is a subsidiary of the Finnish cell phone giant. The Quest’s version of Symbian features a few nice touches like an analog clock and a brushed-aluminum-like color scheme, below.
As with other Vertu phones, the Quest comes with a year of Vertu’s Concierge service. This “independent lifestyle assistance service” puts a concierge at your disposal 24 hours a day, anywhere in the world.