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Galaxy S24 Ultra gets a gold version that costs up to R$74,000

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

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

Caviar's Galaxy S24 Ultra is a little thicker than the traditional model due to its decoration.Source: GizmoChina/Reproduction

Caviar's Galaxy S24 Ultra features a titanium body with black PVD coating, similar to Swiss watches. On the back, the cell phone features a dragon drawn in bas-relief 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 diamond — a reference to Samsung's original logo — and a zodiac circle made of enamel on titanium with PVD coating. The elements refer to Eastern and Western cultures.

The cell phones are made of coated titanium and, on the back, feature a low-relief dragon made of 24K gold.The cell phones are made of coated titanium and, on the back, feature a low-relief dragon made of 24K gold.Source: GizmoChina/Reproduction

Due to the luxurious finish, the Galaxy S24 Ultra ends up a little thicker than the original version — and the footprint should be a little different.

The most expensive Galaxy S24 Ultra yet

Caviar's Galaxy S24 Ultra is the most expensive version of Sasmung's device to date. It will be sold in limited quantity, only 24 units of the most expensive model will be available.

The Galaxy S24 Ultra costs up to R$74,000.The Galaxy S24 Ultra costs up to R$74,000.Source: GizmoChina/Reproduction

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

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