You can get 106 Vertu luxury phones for just $26,000 - CNET

Vertu has long been a manufacturer of luxury phones. The phones didn’t really push the boundaries of technology. They used to have decent specifications but were made out of outrageously expensive materials and hence were some of the most expensive handsets ever made. Things haven’t been going so well for Vertu and it shut down its manufacturing operations in the UK last month. The company is now auctioning off its back catalog of phones. The entire collection of 105 phones is listed on Bid Spotter. These devices from the Vertu museum feature models dating as far back as 2002. Many of the handsets are finished in expensive materials like 18-karat gold and titanium. Some are set with diamonds.As you’d expect, they are not cheap. Bidding starts at $26,000. G J Wisdom & Co, the auctioneer, points out that some of the models in this lineup are concepts so they are not operational.If you’ve always liked Vertu phones and have a lot of money burning a hole in your pocket, perhaps you&#

You can get 106 Vertu luxury phones for just $26,000 - CNET

As part of liquidation, Vertu's museum collection of phones is being auctioned off.

Thu 10 Aug 17 from CNET

Vertu Auctioning Off Its Back Catalog Of Phones

Vertu has long been a manufacturer of luxury phones. The phones didn’t really push the boundaries of technology. They used to have decent specifications but were made out of outrageously ...

Thu 10 Aug 17 from Ubergizmo

Vertuís fire sale phones are still too expensive

Last month, we reported that British luxury phone maker Vertu was closing up shop due to financial difficulties. Now, the company is auctioning off pretty much everything in its warehouses. ...

Thu 10 Aug 17 from Engadget

Vertu is auctioning off its back catalog of phones with bids starting at $26,000

Luxury phone maker Vertu, which shut down its UK manufacturing operations in July, is auctioning off its back catalog of phones. The collection is listed on Bid Spotter, and is made ...

Thu 10 Aug 17 from The Verge

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