This titanium-clad iPhone X will leave you bankrupt

It carries a whopping price tag of 20,2900 R (approximately Rs. 2,28,700).

    Well, seems like rich people keep looking for new ways to spend their money. We say this as in some parts of the world, premium smartphones get huge demand.

    This titanium-clad iPhone X will leave you bankrupt

    As such, Caviar, the design outfit has come up with a titanium-clad iPhone X. Interestingly, the original iPhone X is not even pre-order yet, let alone the sale. However, Caviar is already open to receive pre-orders for the iPhone X sporting the titanium body. Wondering about its price? Well, it carries a whopping price tag of 20,2900 R (approximately Rs. 2,28,700). As if the iPhone X was not costly enough.

    Just to make you aware, Caviar has manufactured a number of customized devices, most notably the Nokia 3310 Putin-Trump Summit Edition. It was released a few months back.

    Except for the iPhone X, the Russian company is also offering customized versions of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Both the smartphones can be pre-ordered now and the base pricing is $3,000 (approximately Rs. 1,96,500).

    Needless to say, apart from the titanium chassis, all the specs and features remain the same.

    Talking about the original iPhone X, Apple will start taking pre-orders for its flagship device on October 12, and the shipping will begin on November 3.

    The smartphone has been making appearances on various benchmarks recently. Its TENAA listing revealed some of its key features including the battery size and RAM capacity. Turns out, the 10th edition of iPhone comes with 3GB of RAM and 2,716mAh battery. You can read about it in detail here.


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