The well-known luxury-brand company Amosu has a penchant for things that are flashy, luxurious and expensive. Notably, this company also builds luxurious, limited edition of smartphones. This time, the company has manufactured the “world’s first pink Apple iPhone 6.”
The custom-made pink Apple iPhone 6 will reportedly be launched on Valentine’s Day. Based on the first set of images, Amosu’s pink iPhone 6 looks “extremely pink,” says GSM Arena.
The caveat, however, is that Amosu will reportedly build only 10 units, and each unit will set the buyers back by a whopping 1,899 GBP, which roughly translates to $2862.
The same site also points out that the ultra expensive pink iPhone 6 is relatively cheap when compared with other Amosu products. Furthermore, other than the pink hue, the device will reportedly come with the Alexander Amosu logo on the handset’s rear. Interested readers can check out the image of the pink Apple iPhone 6 from GSM Arena.
On the other hand, the same company introduced two other premium variants of the iPhone 6 back in September 2014. One of the versions features a 24-karat yellow and rose gold plating, while the other model’s back panel is embellished with diamonds, in addition to all four side bezels.
It is worth noting that the 24-karat gold iPhone 6 is reportedly called “Amosu 24ct Gold iPhone 6.” The handset will set the buyers back by 2,399 GBP, which roughly translates to $3617.
Quite interestingly, potential buyers can get their names or their company’s name engraved on the rear panel of the device. In addition, buyers can protect their expensive device with a premium leather cover for 150 GBP, which roughly translates to $226.
Meanwhile, the “Amosu Call of Diamond iPhone 6” comes with the same gold-plated body seen in Amosu’s Gold iPhone 6; however, the metal used is 18-karat gold instead of the 24-karat one.
The handset is reportedly studded with 6,127 VVS1 diamonds and a massive 51.29 karat diamond that is cut to look like the Apple logo. In terms of price, the handset will set buyers back by 1.7 million GBP, which roughly translates to $25,62,639, notes NDTV.
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