Following the steps of the first Aster series that was launched over a year ago, the Aster Chevron series includes similar designed handset, while this handset come with a special canvas back made of highly tough Italian fabric, black, blue and pink are the available colors. The design of the new Aster Chevron is finished by grade 5 Titanium that is certainly makes the phone very though.
Just like the other high-class smartphones, the Vertu Aster Chevron does not offer a top of the line specs. It seems like it is similar from this point of view to the first Aster, powering by old quad-core Snapdragon 801 CPU, sporting a 4.7 inch 1080p screen guarded by sapphire crystal. It runs by Android 5.1 Lollipop, a 13MP Hasselblad main camera, 2GB RAM, 64GB internal storage and 2275mAh battery also features a wireless charging support, some folks are not happy with the old-specs. Reviews are all over the internet just like the true cellular country reviews.
Though the Vertu Aster Chevron are cheaper than the past Aster versions, they are still quite expensive for those regular smartphone users, the handset cost $4,200. The all three versions of the new device can order from Vertu’s official website.
The new Aster Chevron is currently offer in the US with T-Mobile and AT&T, sad part is the device is lacks support for American LTE networks.
Any buyers out there?