Check out the gallery below to see how Vertu made its luxurious phones. As part of liquidation, Vertu's museum collection of phones is being auctioned off. In July, luxury phone maker Vertu closed its doors, entering liquidation and letting go of nearly 200 employees. On Friday the company's museum collection of phones hits the auction block for sale by liquidators. Vertu was a UK-based company known for its ridiculously luxurious handmade phones, some encrusted in jewels and 18-karat gold and selling for as much as $46,600, like its Clous De Paris Red Gold Signature phone.
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No matter how many times well-intentioned authorities and even phone providers like AT&T plead with people not to use their phones while driving, people still do it, You see it every day, What you see slightly less often are people holding a phone in each hand while driving at 60 mph, Yes, with no hands on the wheel, Yet here is an image of just that posted Wednesday to Twitter by the UK's Surrey Police, This being the strongfit designers series hard shell case for apple iphone 6 and 6s - allium ditsy by rosie simons UK, the police permitted themselves a chuckle by adding these words: "Whatever this driver had going on must have been super important -- phone in each hand!"The Surrey Police Department didn't immediately respond to a request for comment, However, in the Twitter replies, they confirmed that the man was going 60 mph and was a non-UK resident (steering wheel on the "wrong" side is a clue)..
They say the driver was fined 200 pounds (around $260) and given six points on his license. Some might wonder what would have happened if the car had been a Tesla on autopilot. Indeed, the police were asked on Twitter whether that had ever happened. "Yes. As an owner it's quiet [sic] easy to explain to them, then they get a ticket. No excuse," said the police. As phones have become permanent appendages, human behavior has become more carelessly brazen. The phone takes importance. Safe driving takes a back seat.
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