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Elon Musk’s Tesla launches smartphone?

Tesla’s new smartphone has been launched, which costs Rs 5 lakh. Both the things are hundred percent true. But there is a lot of confusion about these two. Actually the confusion starts with a customized smartphone of iPhone 13.

New Delhi: Elon Musk’s company Tesla does not make smartphones. Despite this, Tesla’s new smartphone has been launched, which costs Rs 5 lakh. Both the things are hundred percent true. But there is a lot of confusion about these two. Actually the confusion starts with a customized smartphone of iPhone 13. Let us tell you that the Russian company Caviar is famous worldwide for the customization of premium products.

Recently, Caviar has done a great feat by melting Tesla’s electric car to create an iPhone 13 customized phone, in which the logo and car of Elon Musk and Tesla car have been engraved. Meaning Tesla has not launched the phone. Just the body of the iPhone 13 smartphone is made from the aluminum and other metals of the Tesla car.

Specifications

Talking about custom iPhones, the Russian luxury goods maker has announced the launch of a new iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max Electro. This model is the latest customized iPhone 13 handset. The company has a long range of customized smartphones such as Rolex Inspired, Gold Plated and Sporting a Dinosaur Tooth. The same new iPhone 13 Pro model is the new smartphone of this line.

The specialty of this phone is that its frame is made of titanium with black PVD coating. The custom iPhone 13 body also features a white shock resistant composite material and an aluminum panel. This material is made from the body of Tesla car.

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Cost

Only 99 models of the iPhone 13 Pro Max Electro have been made, with the base model starting at approximately Rs 5 lakh. While the starting price of iPhone 13 Pro in India is around Rs 1.20 lakh and the starting price of iPhone 13 Pro Max is around Rs 1.20 lakh.

first published:Nov. 30, 2021, 1 a.m.

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