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In two months, Apple’s all new iPhone7 is going to hit shelves. The phone is going to be a hot commodity either way, but LA-based retailer Brikk is upping the ante even more by offering a customized, diamond-studded version…to the tune of $1.3 million.
Brikk describes its luxury, bespoke version of the upcoming iPhone7 as “the most opulent iPhone the world has ever seen.” Are they right?
Although nothing is directly known about the phone, which will be released in just under two months, the brand’s mock-ups showcase a 5.5 inch phone with a dual-lens camera system and rumored features such as a faster A10 processor, 3GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of flash storage.
Each phone is polished and then played with five layers of metals and two layers of 24 karat yellow gold, 18 karat pink gold or 950 platinum. It is packaged in a customized Zero Halliburton case with a carbon fiber and suede interior.
Options for customization include the following packages. Standard: 10 different color options with multiple diamond logo choices. Scratch resistant matte or glossy finishes. Prices start at $4,295; Deluxe: 24 carat yellow gold, 18 carat pink gold, and 950 platinum options with Heptagon-shaped engravings and French enamel accents; and Bespoke: Fully customized designs between the customer and head Brikk designer Cyrus Blacksmith. Up to 60 carats of diamonds. Priced up to $1.3 million.
What would an iPhone be without accessories? Brikk has thought of that, too, and has created customizable gold headphones, a gold and diamond power bank, car charger and desktop dock, among other high-end items.
Lest you think Brikk is all about the Benjamins, baby, know that you’ll also be giving back when you buy: its “profit for philanthropy’ model funnels a portion of proceeds to assist populations around the world which are suffering.