IPhone X Tesla Costs $4600 consists of Self-Charging Solar Panel

Caviar Tesla iPhone X case

The new iPhone X Tesla is even more expensive than Caviar's gold engraved iPhone editions but possibly more functional, assuming the solar panels work as promised and the iPhone isn't constantly in a pocket.

But Caviar, a company in Russian Federation, has jumped ahead of both companies by announcing the sale of their new "iPhone X Tesla" that can be charged entirely with sunlight, according to a recent press release.

The case doubles the thickness of the device and brings it to 16.2mm eliminating the camera bump. The first will be engraved with "Made on Earth by Humans" as a homage to the Tesla vehicle Musk launched into space with Space X. Caviar named the phone in honour of Elon Musk.

iPhone lovers with very deep pockets will be delighted to know that a new solar-powered iPhone X is now out in the market.

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

While the concept looks sharp, there are no details on the solar panel capabilities and it is likely more for show than anything else. Caviar said that the shock-resistant panel can charge the phone via sunlight or bright indoor lamps.

The maker claims that this iPhone has IP67 water and dust protection properties.

The cheapest model is 64GB, which costs about $4,500, and the only other option is the 256GB model that will run for about $4,800. Add local taxes and customs duties for the final price.

Remember the company that created the iPhone 6S with Putin's head encrusted in gold?

The company says they are inspired by "three men of science", consisting of Nikola Tesla, Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, and Musk.

It costs a whopping $4,500 dollars or $4,8000 if you want 256 GB of storage.



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