Based on Apple’s recently released iPhone 11 Pro, the Russian brand Caviar has just introduced a series of luxury smartphones. These exclusive phones come under the Discovery series that consists of two Limited Edition models, both inspired by a legendary object. The first model contains real particles from the Titanic, while the second model is supplemented with a real fragment from the spacecraft Vostok 1.
iPhone 11 Pro Titanic from Caviar
In 1912, the Titanic, the gigantic transatlantic passenger ship collapsed on its first tour after the ship hit an iceberg. Titanic still resides on the depths of the North Atlantic even after more than a century. Every year the time causes more damage to the sunken ship, after a while, the ship will disappear completely.
The designers at Caviar inspired by this development, decided to get a real fragment of Titanic in their hands and include it in the design of the iPhone 11 Pro to give an exclusive feel to the product. In addition to being a real part of the ship, the casing features a relief background reminiscent of stormy ocean water. It is decorated with an image of an anchor being dropped into the water and two rotating metal screws.
In a specific ‘reservoir’ in the upper part of the housing is placed the piece that comes from the ship that has stayed in the ocean depth for the last 107 years. There is also an inscription with the name of the manufacturer of the legendary ship and the date of launch: “RMS Titanic Harland and Wolff 31.03.1909“.
Black Titanium has been used to give the desired exclusive feel to this smartphone from Caviar. Being exclusive, this is a Limited Edition smartphone. There are only 10 copies available. Customers can choose the desired iPhone model, and there are three memory options per model. Prices range from $ 7,270 USD for 64GB iPhone 11 Pro to $ 8,440 USD for 512GB iPhone 11 Pro Max.
iPhone 11 Pro Vostok 1
Well, if you think the Titanic edition is the only exclusive, then take a break and look at the Vostok 1 edition. The Vostok 1 was the first spaceship that made a human-crewed flight to space. In 1961, Yuri Gagarin went into space on this Soviet spaceship turning a dream come true, a dream of ‘believing in’ and ‘achieving.’
Like Titanic, this unique iPhone 11 Pro Limited Edition comes with a real fragment of the spaceship Vostok 1. You may not believe, but the fact is this particle has been in space! Black titanium has been used at the back to add the exclusive feel The phone has black titanium back, which includes the solar system.
On the housing, the memorable inscription mentions the date on which Vostok 1 entered the room. Since it was incredibly difficult to get hold of such a clip, only one copy of this design is available. The customer can choose the desired iPhone model himself, and there are three memory options per model. Prices range from $ 33,620 USD for 64 GB iPhone 11 Pro to $ 34,790 for 512 GB iPhone 11 Pro Max.
A Caviar spokesperson says: The new collection is dedicated to the search for legendary treasures not only in every corner of the world but also in space and on the ocean floor. Caviar’s life principle is a restless, non-stop search for the best, the movement for the ideal, the pursuit of perfection, even if it is necessary to ignore the limits of the possible!
Caviar has been in the news with its new models, all of which contain exclusive and unique elements. Earlier this year, the company released a foldable phone concept of a double-fold iPhone, decorated with 90 beautiful diamonds. Not much later, the Russian manufacturer released the Apollo 11 Limited Edition, based on the iPhone 11 Pro. This phone is fire resistant and is both water and frost resistant.
Last month, Caviar introduced five more iPhone 11 concepts within the Space Collection series that were decorated with various items from space, including a piece of the moon and a meteorite section. According to Caviar, all these unique Limited Edition smartphones were sold out during the pre-order period, even before the start of the sale of Apple’s newest flagship smartphones.