The solar panels on the back of the case help to power up a battery embedded inside of it.
The cheapest model is 64GB, which costs about $4,500, and the only other option is the 256GB model that will run for about $4,800.
Russian company Caviar is known for introducing some really interesting iPhone cases. The phone has a solar panel on the back of it, allowing the smartphone to charge its battery from light using silicone semiconductors. The company has placed a button on the rear of the accessory which when toggled will charge the battery of the phone. Add local taxes and customs duties for the final price.
Apparently the company produced 99 of the iPhone X Tesla's, but after pre-orders exceeded the number the company decided to make 999.
The smartphone will cost around United States dollars 4,500 (284,000 rubles), according to Caviar, for the version with 64GB of storage and the 256GB model will cost USD 4,800.
Goldman Sachs Have Turned USD Into A Cryptocurrency Hybrid
The USD-C token will be based off of the Ethereum network, and Circle's subsidiary company, Centre will manage its protocol. In an interview with Xconomy, Allaire made it clear that the company isn't interested in the shady side of the crypto space.
PayPal in talks for $2.2bn takeover of iZettle
The news came just after iZettle announced last week that it would list an IPO on the Nasdaq in Stockholm later this year. Upon closing, iZettle will become the European center of excellence for PayPal's in-store product and services offerings.
Samsung Galaxy J6 Release Date Announced
As expected, it doesnt have an Infinity Display (like the others do), instead it gets a 5.5 Super AMOLED with 720p resolution. The Samsung Galaxy A6 and the A6 Plus are mid-range devices and they are expected to be priced between Rs 20,000 - Rs 25,000.
BMW Teases New Pure Electric Car
That follows an announcement previous year that the company would launch cars able to drive themselves on the highway by 2021. The gesture controls will pair with new connectivity functionality, similar that previewed by BMW in 2016 at the CES show.