iPhone X Not Expensive Enough? The iPhone X Tesla Gold And Solar-Powered Version Costs $4,500

The iPhone X is now here, and if you want one you can now order one from Apple or its carrier partners. But what if you want an iPhone X like no other, one that you will not see someone using the next time you walk around the local shopping mall?

Well, you’re going to want to speak with the folks at Caviar; and have deep pockets.

Known for knocking out special iPhones covered in super special materials and stones, Caviar is at it again with the iPhone X. This being Caviar, there is plenty of 24k gold involved in the release, but what makes this one most interesting for us is the completely new back plate that it has.

No, it’s not covered in precious stones or metals, this one is actually built for harvesting the sun. That’s right, this iPhone X can be powered by solar energy. Because of this, Caviar has decided to call, its new creation the iPhone X Tesla.

Dodgy Google Translate version incoming:

iPhone X Tesla from Caviar is equipped with a solar battery that converts the energy of light, and with its helps replenish the battery of the phone. This phone takes power literally from the air! This is the cleanest energy for which no cost is required. Developments in the field of creating solar cells, smart homes equipped with such batteries and cars running on electricity, is actively engaged today Elon Musk – the main inspirer of the company Tesla, it is in honor of his grandiose innovative developments called the new phone Caviar.

One downside? We are assuming that the new solar magic means that you will lose the ability to wirelessly charge your new iPhone X. Still, depending on how well that solar energy harvesting technology works, that may not be too much of an issue.

If all this sounds like your next smartphone, the 64 GB iPhone X Tesla will cost 259,000 Rubles, which is around $4,500 USD, while the 256GB version will demand a price of around 274,000 Rubles or $4,700. Delivery is expected within the next few weeks.

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