Yes, you can get a $1700 gold and titanium version of the Nokia 3310
The Caviar 3310 is a phone that you can easily, ahem, Putin your pocket..
As you might have surmised, this particular flavor of the 3310 is commemorative of Russia's president. Comprised of a meshed titanium housing and gold trimming across the board, both the face of Supremo Putin and the Russian national anthem are etched into the outer shell.
The brainchild of Caviar, a Russian firm that regularly pipes precious metals onto famed tech gadgets, the Nokia 3310 is just the latest in a series of products it has tweaked in honor of President Putin. Under the hood it's the same new Nokia 3310 built by HMD Global -- all of the perks to this (unofficial) Superemo Putin edition are aesthetic. As one might expect, the cost is rather high -- 99,000 Russian Roubles, to be precise -- which equates to almost $1700 U.S. at the current exchange.
For all that money, you get the custom 3310 in a nice-looking red box, and Vladimir Putin's face staring back at you every time you take a mirror selfie on the device's epic 2-megapixel camera. If that doesn't scream "mobile heaven" to you, then we don't know what will!