Last we heard Nokia was in the process of selling its luxury phone brand Vertu. We're not sure how that's going, but it hasn't stopped Vertu's latest mental offering: a trio of phones released in honour of the Year of the Dragon.
Designed to mark the lunar new year later this month, the Signature Dragon Collection is available in stainless steel and emerald, black stainless steel and ruby or (as pictured here) yellow gold and diamond finishes.
Each handset will apparently feature a four-claw dragon, which is created in a 20-stage process involving the work of four highly skilled craftsmen working over a day and a half. We're told it takes a minimum of eight hours of hand-engraving just to complete the scales on the dragon’s body.
With such cutting edge craftsmanship involved, it's obviously quite rude to ask about tech specs, as nobody over at LifestyleAsia (where we first read about this one) has done so. We are at least told that you're looking at Symbian as the OS, which is... well, something.
We're also told the price will be the equivalent of around £17,300, which stops us from bothering to look any futher, to be honest. If you can afford one then you can bloody well go and find out for yourself, quite frankly.