Apple introduced the iPhone X in September, and the phone will go on sale on November 3. But if the starting price of $999/£999/€1,149 doesn't seem like much to you, you may want to consider one of the customized units by Finnish company Legend. It is selling 256 GB iPhone X's with diamonds on the back and gold rim to add extra fancy to the premium smartphone package.
At €2,950 the Aurum model is the cheapest in the rooster. It has a 24K gold-plated back panel, nacre (mother of pearls) inlaid logo and a solid 18K gold rim.
The Fusion edition has a carbon-fiber center inlay at the back framed by patterned solid silver plates featuring black rhodium or platinum plating. Alternatively you can have the middle stripe in exotic leather or even figured wood.
Still not impressed? The Momentum iPhone X has a 0.3 carat genuine red diamond center at the middle of its back, complimented with VVS1 grade diamond halo, plus a bunch of other fancy materials around those.
At the top end, there is also a Lu edition where the Apple logo and bezel are encrusted with 10.70 karats of VVS1 grade diamonds. Legend says the price on this one is available by request.
Every Legend iPhone X is with 256 GB memory and comes in a luxury retail box with 24k gold earpods, leather pouch and a certificate of authenticity. You can get the complete details on all available models by heading over to the
Its stupid, but the customer/consumer wont care about that, If it looks good and has a famous, credible brand imbedded on it, they'll throw money at it GG.
What a waste of materials on a disposable phone! They couldve made jewelry/mechanical watches and sell it for like 5k-10k+ and price would increase as it ages.
A diamond to a piece of tech that will only last for two to four years,gold & diamond is good for jewellery.