You’ve probably heard about Caviar and its puzzling devices like a Nokia 3310 with the faces of Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin carved in gold, or a Samsung Galaxy Note9 with 1 kg pure gold on its back.
Now the Russian company is taking it to another level with a complete makeover of the Nokia 6500. The phone has an entirely new look with a hexagon body, made to resemble a Viking sword.
The Caviar Viking Ragnar Carbon, as is the whole name of the device, has a titanium T9 keyboard. It also comes with “charismatic carbon” frame, “majestically expensive” back from alligator leather, all inspired from the manliness of ancient Vikings.
Specs-wise it is pretty much the same Nokia 6500 - 2.2” TFT screen with 320 x 240 resolution, 830 mAh and 2 MP camera with LED flash and a speaker on the back.
According to the official website, not every viking could afford a sword, therefore having such a glamorous tool is also a symbol of social status. Everyone could own some weapon, but only the chosen ones had high-quality blades. Thus, to enjoy the power and strength of true men, Caviar wants you to part with RUB179,000 or $2,600.
Source (in Russian)