Caviar, known for creating custom, luxury versions of smartphones, has unveiled the first look of its new iPhone range. The company plans to place meteorite fragments, precious metals and stones on the backs of the alleged iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Max smartphones so that they look futuristic. The luxury brand called the range “Planet Parade”. The prototypes are coated with black titanium, a corrosion-resistant material used mainly in the space industry. There is also a gold version, which will include decorative elements with a double gold coating.
Caviar, the Russian brand of exclusive smartphones and accessories, also released a video showing the two upcoming iPhone models and their custom features. The back cover of these iPhones corresponds to the title of the topic, presenting the six planets from Mercury to Saturn and some satellites such as The moon and Mars Phobos and Deimos.
According to Caviar, the price of these iPhone models starts at $ 14,290 (approximately Rs. 10.60 lacquer). The blackened titanium model is priced at just under $ 12,750 (approximately Rs 9.46).
Both the black and gold versions have six meteorites embedded on their backs. These include one from the moon, one from Mars and two from the meteorites Tsarev and Chelyabinsk. The latter two are named after Russian cities that were discovered at different times. Both will also have mechanical watches with a tourbillon mechanism with 19 stones. In addition, there is a stylized hourglass with silver “sand”, according to a report by GSMArena.
While Starfall has a starting price of $ 6,950 (approximately Rs. 5.15 varnish), the price of the Moon and Sun model starts at $ 7,030 (approximately Rs, 5.21 varnish).