The boutique brand Vertu is famous for its hand-decorated and shining  smartphones incredible and often eccentric design and ridiculous high prices. And now she has a new owner this is happening for the third time since Nokia created the brand in late 90s specifically to cover niche of consumer dreaming for phones with crocodile leather and titanium casing.

The new owner of the brand is Hakan Uzan – Turkish millionaire who now expects to receive asylum in France. The deal was made after the registered in Cyprus Baferton Ltd company pay to the current owner the Chinese Godin Holdings about 50 million pounds ($61 million) for the UK-based Vertu.

Uzan itself has problems with the regime of the current Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and is involved in scandals with the US President Donald Trump once partnership between the two fail.

Godin Holdings held Vertu for 18 months, as they previously bought the brand from private Investment firm EQT. Unfortunately the company is once again with an uncertain future.

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