After making a splash with their initial luxury phone release last year, the Signature Touch, British phone maker Vertu packs more speed and power into their modern, premium device. Flying in the face of feedback that the phone is overpriced and underpowered, the new Vertu Signature Touch delivers a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor and Android's latest 5.1 Lollipop OS. Paired with the updated hardware, the Signature Touch also sees 64GB of internal storage, a 64GB uSD card, and 4GB of RAM. Visually, the design has also been upgraded to include a 5.2" 1080p 428ppi sapphire crystal display joined with a range of Vertu case options, including black alligator, lizard, and polish titanium. Of course, being a Vertu, the phone also features stereo hi-fi speakers, Qi wireless charging, and a 21MP camera with dual tone LED flash. Available now online, beginning at $9,000.