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Russian luxury tech brand Caviar creates solar-powered iPhone

18 May 2018, 04:27 | Justin Tyler

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There's no indication of any formal relationship between Musk's electric-car company and Caviar, or indeed if the CEO is cool with Caviar using the name, but the iPhone X Tesla can now be yours if you have a bit of spare cash knocking around.

But if you're environmentally conscious, have a spare $4500, and are in the market for an iPhone X, Russian accessory maker Caviar has you covered.

The case doubles the thickness of the device and brings it to 16.2mm eliminating the camera bump. Caviar's very first iPhone X Tesla has an inscription on it that goes: Made on Earth by Humans, according to AppleInsider.

As first spotted by AppleInsider, the iPhone X "Tesla" appears to be significantly thicker at 16.2mm than its USA -made counterpart's 7.7mm.


The solar panels on the back of the case help to power up a battery embedded inside of it. But this pricey accessory iPhone X accessory is offering a completely new innovation since it will power the device through solar energy that will be transferred into its own dedicated battery.

The design features a carbon base with gold decorative elements and a battery charge indicator.

"When the sunlight comes to the case of iPhone X, its surface containing the solar battery, is bombarded with photons and there comes the motion creating the electrical current", the release noted. It begins charging the iPhone with the press of a button. Caviar's site also offers free delivery to your city, but notes that local taxes and custom duties are not included in the price.

The 64GB model costs 284,000 rubles or $4,545, while the 256GB model costs 299,000 rubles or $4,831. The company says the device has been called the Tesla in honor of the "great innovative developments" of Elon Musk, the chief executive of electric vehicle company Tesla.



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