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The Vertu Ascent Ti Reviewed (but not by me)

October 3, 2007 in Nokia Phone Reviews

lert reader Rick for this one: Head on over to Sybarites, a site dedicated to reviewing the finer things in life – which is a nice way of saying the things you’ll *probably* never see in your lifetime, unless you make it as a famous rapper or something – for their exclusive review of the Vertu Ascent Ti.

Compared to previous phones in the Vertu line, the Ascent Ti actually has a very impressive feature set: 3G, 3 megapixel camera with autofocus and flash, 4 gigabytes of internal storage, stereo speakers, and access to the “Vertu Fortress”, an underground bunker that can store your personal information. It’s also handmade with a nice, hearty mix of sapphire glass, leather, and titanium.

Oh yeah, you also get a complimentary year of Vertu Concierge service.

Sybarites’ Exclusive Vertu Ascent Ti Review

The Vertu Ascent Ti Handset.

The handcrafted Vertu Ascent Ti.

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