Nokia 3310 relaunch was a great success worldwide. The much anticipated Nokia feature phone was revived by the HMD Global after 17 years. The nostalgia phone for most of the people who had access to the earlier version welcomed the phone back with its launch in MWC, Barcelona. As if the hype surrounding the phone was not enough, now a company in Russia has come up with a premium version of the Nokia 3310. What is so premium about it? Well, it costs a whopping RUB 99,000 in Russia, which roughly translates to Rs 1,13,200. The Russian firm ‘Caviar’, which is known for creating heavily artistic versions of phones, has now released a ‘Supremo Putin’ variant of the iconic Nokia 3310.
Nokia 3310 ‘Supremo Putin’ version is made in black with a gold plating and a dotted Titanium housing. The phone sports Putin’s face at the back, embroidered in gold, along with a quote from the National Anthem of Russia.
In the front, the home button on the phone carries the Russian Federation's coat of arms.
The Supremo Putin variant will come in a red coloured wooden box made using ‘Black Velvet’ as the finishing material.
The phone’s specs and working will remain exactly the same as released by Nokia but its availability might be limited to Russia.
Priced at such an amount though, one wonders whether to buy such a phone even if you have such exorbitant amount of money.
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