Gresso, the US company that become famous for its luxury mobile devices, has now stepped into the Cupertino giant Apple's territory. The companies latest piece is the iPhone 6 with exclusive materials, like titanium and 18K gold.
The iPhone 6 built by Gresso is similar to the manufacturer's recent Regal Android line and also employs most of the same materials and crafting techniques.
For the iPhone 6, most of the customization has been done to the rear panel, while the front side of the device remained untouched.
The device comes in three designed variants, where the 1 features the titanium case and 64GB of onboard memory, while the more expensive G2 and G3 have a black PVD coating and 128GB of storage.
All the three features has an logo and unit number ranging from 1 to 999 for each of the models. In the G1 it is placed on top of a titanium plate, in the G2, it is made of 18K white gold and the G3 gets it in yellow gold.
These hand-crafted devices comes with pretty hefty price tags. The G1 comes with a price tag of $3000 (approx Rs. 1,87,215), while the G2 and G3 come in at $5000 (approx Rs. 3,12,025) and available at the manufacturer's website.