Putin & Trump-Themed Nokia 3310 Launched By Caviar For $2,500

A new variant of Nokia 3310 has been launched by Russian luxury electronics company Caviar. What is special about this edition that it bears the gold-portraits of American President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin engraved on its back panel. Priced at $2,463, it is available on pre-order terms.

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This special edition of Nokia 3310 will sport a control button which will be engraved with the G20 Summit logo.

This special variant from Nokia has been released to commemorate the meeting that took place between the two politicians at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. This feature phone is not to be confused with the classic Nokia 3310 device. It is the 2017 edition which was introduced at the MWC (Mobile World Congress) event earlier this year. The regular version of the device is priced at $50. This means that the excess price of this special edition is due to the exterior design, as it does not bear any changes to the hardware specifications.

With a 2.4-inch TFT display (240×320 pixels), this special edition of Nokia 3310 will have 16GB of internal memory, which you can expand up to 32GB with the help of a microSD card. It will be backed by a 1,200mAh battery (which has a one month stand-by time) and will have a 2-megapixel main camera, as per Android Headlines.

With a body made from tempered titanium (BT-23), it will feature a Damascus steel pattern. The device will also sport a control button which will be engraved with the G20 Summit logo. Besides, there will also be a golden plate that will bear the number of every special edition unit. And the special dual gold plated bas-relief that will feature the faces of the two presidents. Nokia 3310 will arrive with the headset, charger, a pair of earphones and a one-year warranty card.

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