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  1. Android News

    Luxury smartphone maker Vertu auctioning off ‘leftover’ phones

    Vertu is auctioning off its back catalog of phones with bids starting at $26,000. The company has had to shut down following financial issues.
  2. Android News

    Luxury smartphone maker Vertu is closing down

    Vertu, the British firm that manufactures luxury smartphones costing up to $52,000, is closing down. The news comes just four months after the company was purchased by businessman Murat Hakan Uzan, who was unable to save it from bankruptcy.
  3. Android News

    Vertu is in financial trouble

    It seems Vertu is in a bit of trouble. The company reportedly is failing to pay out proper pension bonuses, and even may be refusing to fork over the money owed to the previous owner as a result of a sale. Vertu makes luxury smartphones that can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
  4. Android News

    The next Vertu smartphone will be powered by TCL's technology

    Vertu has announced a new partnership with TCL Communication which will bring TCL's technology to the next 30,000 smartphones.
  5. Android News

    Vertu has been purchased by a Turkish businessman for £50 million

    British smartphone maker, Vertu, has been purchased by a group led by Hakan Uzan for £50 million. It's unknown what the future holds for the smartphone company.
  6. Android News

    Vertu announces new smartphones starting at $4,200

    Vertu, the maker of ultra premium smartphones, has a new line of Aster phones available. The phones cost $4,200 to start, with specs including a Snapdragon 801 and Android 5.1 Lollipop.