Bentley has just unveiled its second phone developed in collaboration with Vertu. Set to be displayed at the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2015 this weekend, the phone is based around Vertu’s Signature series and wears an eye-watering sticker price.
Unlike almost all new phones on the market, the Signature for Bentley by Vertu doesn’t feature a touchscreen. Instead, it includes a traditional alphanumeric keypad as well as a relatively small screen. Powering the phone is the Nokia Series 40 software and while the phone certainly wouldn’t be anywhere near the fastest on the market, its fit and finish are on another level.
The phone is underpinned by a stainless steel body with a hand stitched Beluga Black calf leather panel featuring at the rear. Elsewhere is a carbon fibre element above the screen.
Price wise, well it really is aimed at the world’s wealthiest with a starting RRP of 14,500 euros!