Nokia might be using its Vertu brand to try and conquer the Japanese luxury cell phone market, and the announcement of its Kinko, Kikusui, Nanten and Daigo models in Tokyo will certainly be a good way to establish its brand there. Each device will be going for 20 million yen ($215,000), and each design stands for the different seasons of the year. These devices have been announced in view of the first anniversary of Vertu’s flagship store in Ginza, Tokyo, next month. Vertu is only planning to sell just four of these handsets worldwide, so you can expect to have to tussle with a few people if you want one of these.
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