Nokia 3310 luxury edition launched; Guess the price!

A company called Caviar has just announced a limited-edition of the Nokia 3310.


It was just a few days back when Nokia re-introduced the iconic model 3310 in a fresh avatar. While the new 3310 (2017) model comes with a simple design and style, a new luxury version has just been announced.

Nokia 3310 luxury edition launched; Guess the price!


And yes you heard it right, a luxury version! Many of you might think how could this be but a company called Caviar has just announced a limited-edition of the Nokia 3310. This luxury version is being called "Supremo Putin" and the company has taken inspiration from the "most popular person" in Russia to design the device.

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Basically, the device features a gold-plated portrait of Vladimir Putin on the back as well as a gold seal with a quote from Russia's national anthem. The phone also comes with a gold-plated button on the front with an image of the Russian coat of arms. According to Android Authority, the Nokia 3310 Supremo Putin will ship in a beautiful wooden case, which is lined with black velvet.

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As it is a luxury device and if you have enough money to spend, you'll need to pay 99,000 Russian Rubles, which is around $1690 (approx Rs. 1,12,785) for the phone. While other markets may not fancy such a phone but who knows there might be people in Russia and fans of Putin who might just buy the device.

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