VERTU Paris unveils luxury, limited-edition Constellation smartphone
In an exclusive sales process, VERTU Paris is unveiling the new VERTU Constellation X Ulm™ smartphone to celebrate its 22nd anniversary, Invezz learned from a press release.
VERTU is launching a unique operation today, June 20, where fans of the brand will be able to purchase one of 10,555 smartphones by buying an NFT from the Vertu Paris website. The official sale price is around $15,000, but the phones will be on sale online for just $5,175.
Collaboration with Binance for the special launch
The Binance NFT marketplace will have 1,000 NFTs for sale. The rest can be purchased on the official Vertu Paris website and the decentralized platform Galler.io. After buying an NFT, the owner has two options to choose between until September 23.
The first is to convert the NFT to an actual Vertu Constellation X ULM™, which they’ll get by February 2023 at the latest. The second is to keep the NFT and become a member of the exciting, elite VERTU 3.0 business club.
Where cutting-edge tech meets high fashion
The Constellation X Ulm features 5G compatibility, global connectivity with dual SIM, a fingerprint sensor for biometric security, and a stunning 6.71-inch 120Hz display. It’s the ideal companion for international travelers on the go or fans of luxury smartphones.
Advanced voice encryption
VERTU Paris and communicate security leader and innovator COMMUNITAKE entered into an exclusive partnership, under which the latter’s advanced technology will encrypt all messaging and voice exchanges to keep data, voice, and location from being intercepted.
VERTU to distribute $4.68M to the community
The company will award cryptocurrency prizes for every 79 NFTs sold ranging from $20,000, $50,000 or $100,000. After the first series of 10,555 NFTs has been sold, 4 Bentley Bentaygas worth a total of $1 million will be awarded in a contest.
The winners will emerge at a live event during Fashion Week 2022. Three smartphone/NFT owners will be chosen, and one winner will be drawn from the live stream viewers of the event.
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