Russian luxury brand Caviar has now introduced 4 limited edition models of the recently launched flagship from Samsung, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Caviar is famous for its over-the-top luxury models of smartphones. And now, it is time for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra to taste the luxury.
Notably, Caviar branded models come with a hefty price tag. Moreover, these limited editions Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, would be only for those who want to stand out from the normal league.
Apparently, Caviar decorates its phones with luxurious materials. These include marbles, golds, diamonds, and whatnot. Notably, as per LetsGoDigital, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Limited Edition models will have a marble case from Caviar.
Besides, this Caviar Galaxy Note 20 Ultra limited-edition collection is called ‚Eternity’. It reflects the monumental architecture from some of the famous buildings in the world.
Caviar’s Eternity lineup has 4 models. And it will be based on the new color that Samsung has introduced for its devices, i.e. the Mystic Bronze.
Caviar Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Hagia Sophia Edition
First up is the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Hagia Sophia Edition. Well, if you are reading news then, you surely might have heard about Hagia Sophia. Long story short, it is now converted into a mosque.
Black marble used by Caviar is based on the former Christian cathedral in Istanbul. Notably, this artistic engraving will be covered by rose gold trim.
For those who do not know, the use of black marble replicates the interior of the Hagia Sophia monument. As far as the price of this model is concerned, be ready to shell out $5,830 for the 256GB variant.
More importantly, Caviar will produce only 99 copies of this luxury Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Hagia Sophia model.
Caviar Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Parthenon Edition
The second luxury model of Galaxy Note 20 Ultra from Caviar would be the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Parthenon Edition.
Notably, this model has white/light gray marble reflecting the architectural prowess of the Parthenon in Greece. Parthenon is a temple for the patron goddess ‚Athena Parthenos’.
The design of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Parthenon Edition shows the series of columns as in the actual Parthenon temple. Moreover, the columns are of rose gold, next to the white marble to give you a sense of luxury.
You can get your hands on this timepiece for a price of $5,750 for the 256GB variant. Infact, Caviar is going to make only 99 copies of this phone, making each of the model unique.
Caviar Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Forbidden City Edition
The third one in the lineup of Galaxy Note 20 Ultra lineup is the Caviar Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra Forbidden City Edition.
This model highlights the architectural beauty of the Forbidden City of Beijing. Not many know that Chinese emperors from the Ming dynasty ruled their empire from this city.
Apparently, there are 980 buildings in total. And it is spread over an area of more than 720,000 square meters. Infact, each building has its own unique decoration, which the Caviar model for Galaxy Note 20 Ultra also showcases.
Notably, this model has rose-gold used all over with marble decoration to replicate the beauty of the decorated temples in the Forbidden City.
The price of this model is $6,060 for the 256 GB variant. The engraving on the side of the device shows the unique number, making it unique from the other 98 devices.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra St. Basil’s Cathedral
Well, the fourth one in this limited edition series is the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra St. Basil’s Cathedral edition. The marble case has engraving replicating the Cathedral in Moscow.
Moreover, it also includes the red-brown marble to highlight the Russian Orthodox church on Red Square. Additionally, it is the most expensive out of the lot priced at $6,260.
All the phones in this Caviar limited edition series have 256GB of onboard storage. Besides, the specification of the device is the same as you would get on a normal Galaxy Note 20 Ultra for a price of $1,499.
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