After three hours of labor, the gold-plated Samsung Galaxy S6 & edge look seriously amazing

After three hours of labor, the gold-plated Samsung Galaxy S6 & edge look seriously amazing
Karalux, which is Vietnam's answer to Western luxury smartphones and gifts brands, showed off its latest and greatest - the Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 edge, covered in multiple ounces of 24K gold bling-bling. Specialized in gold-plating superphones and supercars, Karalux made an example of luxurified Samsung flagships. Apparently, its engineers take only three hours to complete the gold-plated versions of both the Galaxy S6 & S6 edge, even though the process goes through over 10 different stages. Must be fun playing with the Galaxy S6 and a bunch of 24K gold bullions all day!

You have to agree that the GS6 and its edgy compadre look stunning with their golden visage. Karalux' efforts makes Apple's own Champagne Gold finish look bad, which is a mighty compliment on its own. Anyway, if you plan on getting one of these pieces of Android-running jewelry, be prepared to dole up... an actually dole-able $1300 for the gold Samsung Galaxy S6, and $1500 for the edge. You get free FedEx international shipping thrown your way too, which is a decidedly un-luxury way to ship any luxury item, but oh well...


source: mavang.vn (in English) via The Android Soul

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