On the right edge are the Power and Ruby button, the latter of which summons Vertu's suite of services, which I'll get to a little later. The micro USB port sits above the Ruby button, and I'm not really a fan of its side-mounted position. Even more puzzling, though, is the side-mounted headphone jack on the left edge, above the Volume buttons. It makes it pretty awkward to slip the Signature touch into your pocket with headphones attached, unless your headphones have a slim right-angle adapter. A collapsible D-ring around back opens the door for the SIM card slot. Inside you'll find an etching by the craftsman who singlehandedly assembled your Signature Touch. Kudos to C. Davis (hands pictured below, I think), our Vertu artisan. Your stitch work is impeccable.
the concept of the installation is of a meteor crashing to earth, bringing with it new energy as it engages in conversation with the existing space. by touching on the dynamic between the old and the new, the pavilion reflects the nature of the vertu concept, which seeks to combine the traditions of artisan craftsmanship with the advances and possibilities of technology. 59ce067264