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$10,000 Vertu Smartphone Powerd By Android 4.0 (Photos)

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One limitation of the ridiculously expensive luxury smartphone market is that they’re often saddled by their own operating systems, which are inferior to the ones already out there that are available to commoners. Luckily for the obscenely wealthy, there’s now a luxury smartphone powered by none other than Android 4.0: The Vertu TI.

In addition to the usual luxury smartphone features, like a leather back and sapphire glass screen, the Vertu TI has 64GB internal memory and a couple of cutting-edge HD cameras.

Depending on various color and material options, the new Vertu TI will cost you somewhere between $9,900 and $10,900. If that’s in your price range, check out Vertu’s website here for more info. Or you can just look at some pretty pictures of the Vertu TI in the above gallery.

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