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Givori unveils iPhone handset covered with over 1,000 diamonds

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Givori's Calypso Diamond iPhone features over 1,000 diamonds.

Givori has unveiled a new diamond-glazed version of the iPhone 6s.

The luxury smartphone accessorisor has launched the AED 110,000 Calypso Diamond handset, which is covered with 1091 individual diamonds, totaling 10 carats. The precious stones are set in a pure white gold frame, with black platinum embellishing the front face of the device.

Only 50 of the phones will be made, and they will retail for AED 109,999 ($29,900). The phones are part of Givori's Calypso range, which includes handsets with designs inspired by the mystical creatures of the sea. Each design features 117 individually carved Malachite, Mother of Pearl, or Onyx pieces in the distinguishing fish scale pattern which are carefully inlaid into a gold grid along the back of the device. In the ‘Calypso Diamond' edition, this pattern is complemented with high-grade diamonds.

The Malachite edition is set in a solid yellow gold frame, while the Mother of Pearl edition in a rose gold frame. Priced at AED 22,999, the devices also feature a brushstroke finish.

"At Givori, we always strive to bedazzle our customers with creative innovations that redefine smartphone luxury," said Layal Akouri, general manager, Givori. "We believe the new Calypso range, including the ‘Calypso Diamond', will enamor owners with its prolific magnificence, one that will make a commanding presence in any room."

All Givori devices are coated with a nanotechnology film, applied to combat oxidation, fingerprints and colour fading. Givori customizations also come with extensive post-sales support, including one year warranty on all software, cosmetic and jewelry elements. All repairs include a free pick-up and delivery service.

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