$4300 iPhone X with attached solar charger goes on sale

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Caviar presented a unique development ahead of the time - iPhone X Tesla that is able to charge from light!

Caviar, a Russian company which specializes in gilding and fitting jewels to electronic devices, has put its iPhone X Tesla on sale. Push-button phone called the Inauguration of Diamond made from gold 750-th sample and added accents of leather and dozens of diamonds.

The solar panel located at the back of the phone case keeps the battery charged which is embedded in the case.

"The increased thickness from the original's 7.7mm to 16.2mm is large enough that the rear camera bump is now a recess."

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.

The first unit that came off the assembly line is engraved with "Made on Earth by Humans" in honor of Elon Musk sending his Tesla Roadster into space upon a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket a few months ago.

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The Plan includes a carbon foundation with gold decorative components and a battery charge indicator.

If you're in the market for an iPhone X, and pricey battery packs also happen to be your thing, then this flashy new offering from Caviar is a match made in heaven.

The base model which features a 64GB iPhone X is priced at around $4,500 while the 256GB model will retail for $4,800.

The company wanted to sell only 99 of the devices but due to overwhelming demand, they will now sell 999.

Russian smartphone appliance maker Caviar has created a solar-powered iPhone that can charge entirely through the sunlight.

Caviar says that it was inspired by "three men of science", Nikola Tesla, Elon Musk and Steve Jobs.

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