The Vertu Constellation, which we first mentioned a few weeks ago, is a Nokia S40 OS-based fancy man's cellphone with a strange aviator theme going for it. First reviews are hitting the Web, and, generally speaking, they are pretty positive. Like other Vertu cellphones, there's a concierge button on the side that can help find points of interests, like restaurants. It's also the first Vertu cellphone to have a four-way scrolling system, which supposedly makes navigating the cellphone's GUI all the more easy and all the more fast.
Basically, if you're looking for a Vertu cellphone without spending a zillion dollars (remember, the Constellation is supposed to be "affordable") and like, um, aviation, the Constellation could be worth your while. Especially if your name is Howard Hughes.
Vertu Constellation Exclusive Review [Sybarites.org]