When looking for an operating system to power a phone that could cost more than BMW, Ulysse Nardin opted for Google's budding mobile operating system, Android. Upon the unveiling of the device in 2009, it was shown to be running Android 2.2 (Froyo). Four years later, nothing's changed. Despite Android moving onto version 4.2, the Chairman still runs a version of 2.2. You would think if you're paying a couple stacks for a smartphone, it would come with the latest available software. That said, the phone comes with all the standard Google apps: Gmail, YouTube, and Google Maps.