High end cell phone manufacturer Vertu has announced its latest creation in the Constellation line, the Ayxta.
The new design features the first flip style mechanism from the phone maker and is slated to sell for between 4,900 and 6,500 Euros ($7,100 – $9,500).
In addition to Vertu’s infamous concierge service the Ayxta will also feature Vertu Select, an online service featuring “lifestyle information.”
City Brief sends information to the Ayxta once you inform it of where you’re traveling to, and “enables you to hit the ground running, feeling informed and prepared for your new surroundings”. It’s Lonely Planet for the wealthy, with tips for restaurants, bars, exhibitions, shopping and the all-important cultural standards for the country you’re visiting.
The phone features a micro SD slot, 3G, micro USB port and a 3.o MP camera with flash. The phone has a stainless steel frame, aluminum details along with leather, ceramic and sapphire crystal.
The Ayxta is on sale now.