Solar-powered iPhone X 'Tesla' made by Caviar costs United States dollars 4500

Gwen Vasquez
May 18, 2018

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If anyone thinks the stock iPhone X is expensive, a Russian accessory maker named Caviar is here to prove them wrong. The phone case is surrounded by a carbon fiber which is flanked on the sides by anodized buttons and has gilded decorative elements on the rear. Google recently laid out a plan that will see artificial intelligence (AI) manage battery life within their new Android phones and Apple has made it a priority for their next line of devices as well.

Alternatively, if you'd prefer a solar charger for your phone that costs considerably less than the iPhone X Tesla, do take a moment to check out Digital Trends' selection of some of the best ones now on the market.

The first one will be offered to Tesla CEO Elon Musk. "It is easy to imagine this phone in the hands of the astronauts, pioneers, people who make great discoveries on the edge of human capabilities". The thickness has increased from 7.7mm to 16.2mm and weight has increased from 170g to 260g.

First announced in November, the iPhone X Tesla consists of one of Apple's flagships with a phone case attached directly to the device and a solar panel on the back.

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The base model which features a 64GB iPhone X is priced at around $4,500 while the 256GB model will retail for $4,800. Both prices are excluding taxes and custom duties, but Caviar noted in the release that the phone does come with an unexplained "personal consultant".

Originally, only 99 iPhone X Tesla devices were planned, but now the company says there are 999 available.

Russian company Caviar is known for introducing some really interesting iPhone cases.

iPhone X Tesla costs $4587 for 64 GB model and $4829 for 256 model.

"Tesla's view that it doesn't require a debt or equity raise this year is mathematically correct, but highly imprudent from a credit and risk perspective if followed", Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Joel Levington said last month.

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