Caviar, a company specializing in luxury accessories, launched more expensive versions of the Galaxy S24 Ultra this Monday (22). special device It has gold back details and can cost up to US$15,000 (R$74,000 in direct conversion).

The release is part of the “Dragon Age” collection (“Dragon Age”, free translation). The mythical creature is a reference to Samsung’s position in the smartphone market.

Caviar Galaxy S24 Ultra has a titanium body with black PVD coating, similar to Swiss watches. On the back of the mobile phone, there is a dragon drawn in 24 carat gold and a manual winding mechanism with 19 CVR ELT3350A jewels.

In addition to the dragon, the Galaxy S24 Ultra features three stars made of diamonds, a nod to Samsung’s original logo, and a zodiac circle made of enamel on PVD-coated titanium. Elements refer to Eastern and Western cultures.

The mobile phones are made of coated titanium and feature a low-relief dragon made of 24K gold on the back.

Due to the luxury finish, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is slightly thicker than the original version and its footprint should also be slightly different.

The most expensive Galaxy S24 Ultra ever

Caviar’s Galaxy S24 Ultra is the most expensive version of Sasmung’s device to date. It will be available in limited numbers, Only 24 units of the most expensive model will be offered for sale.

The price of the Galaxy S24 Ultra goes up to R$ 74,000.

The cheapest versions, decorated with zodiac constellations, will sell for 9,000 US dollars (about R$ 44,400). The Galaxy S24 Ultra decorated with a gold dragon costs $15 (R$74,000). There is no information about the arrival of the device in Brazil.

Source: Tec Mundo

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