This Caviar designed iPhone costs ₹5.8 lakh
Caviar’s iPhone XS and iPhone XS models are wrapped in a composite black titanium panel with white composite stone inserts and gold-plated elements.
Russian luxury brand Caviar has announced 99 pieces of iPhone XS and XS Max models at the starting price of $8,370 (nearly ₹5.8 lakh), that come with a mechanical watch and the dial protected by a sapphire crystal.
"We continue the history of the greatest mechanisms integrated into the smartphone design and a smartphone body which is complemented with a watch mechanism and a tourbillon," the company wrote on its website.
The "tourbillon" is a miniature, constantly rotating mechanism that compensates the gravity impact on the time reckoning.
The body of the limited edition iPhones comes with a composite black titanium panel with white composite stone inserts and gold-plated elements.
The dial is said to consist of a set of circles inscribed into each other.
Caviar is selling 64GB, 256GB and 512GB variants of iPhone XS for $8,370 (₹5.8 lakh), $8,680 (₹6.01 lakh) and $9,060 (₹6.29 lakh), respectively.
The limited edition 64GB iPhone XS Max model could be purchased at $9,130 (₹6.3 lakh) for the 256GB and $9,440 (₹6.54 lakh) for the 512GB variant.
In India, iPhone XS starts at ₹99,900 for the base model with 64GB storage. The top-end iPhone XS Max is available at a starting price of ₹109,900.
The company said it guarantees free worldwide shipping as well as easy returns and refunds.