The "budget" G1, void of gold and PVD is priced at $3000, while the G2 and G3 come in at $5000
It isn’t unusual for the phones nowadays to be getting their luxury treatments. After all, people are no longer easily satisfied with just the ‘ordinary’. The iPhone is no ordinary phone; the word in itself is a pronouncement of luxury. However, some people still feel that their smartphones could do much better than their original selves and for some gold and platinum are just another way of spending more. US based Gresso, known for its luxury mobile devices, is on it once again and is going to stud the iPhone for all luxury lovers.
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The iPhone 6 is the latest in the company’s portfolio and will be complete with a set of exclusive materials such as titanium and 18K gold. The makeover given to the iPhone 6 is pretty much the same as the manufacturer's recent Regal Android line. And not only the design, but the same materials and crafting techniques have been made use of.
The pictures show that majority of the work has been done on the back of the phone and the front glass and button have been left are the same. There are three different hand-crafted versions for the phone; the G1, the G2 and the G3.
The G1 comes with a titanium case and 64GB of onboard memory and as you go further the versions getting juicier in terms of price. The G2 version is even more expensive as well as the G3 which both have a black PVD coating and 128GB of storage. All three versions come with an engraved logo and unit number, ranging from 1 to 999 for each of the models. This engraved logo is put on top of the titanium plate for the G1 and as for the other two, the plate is made from gold.
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Of course we are well prepared for these bulky price tags and it comes as no surprise that the "budget" G1, void of gold and PVD is priced at $3000. The G2 and the G3 are both priced at $5000.