This company has introduced diamond-studded iPhone X collection

Written by Uzair Khalid ·  1 min read >
iPhone X

Apple iPhone X is about to be launched. Pre-orders will start on October 29 and the phone will hit the shelves on November 3. The phone’s price already starts from $999 but if it doesn’t seem expensive to you, a company, known as “Legend”, has started making diamond-studded iPhone X units and they’ll be available for everyone (who can afford them).

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The company is making iPhone X devices with diamonds on the back and gold rim. The Aurum model is the cheapest among them. It comes with a price tag of $3,485 and has a thick layered 24K gold-plated back panel, a solid 18K gold rim, unique hand cut black mother of pearl (nacre) Apple logo. The phone will be available in limited edition of 10 phones only.

iPhone 8 Aurum

Then there is a Fusion edition which costs at $4,000, it comes with patterned solid silver plates featuring black rhodium or platinum plating and forged carbon fiber strip. Moreover, it has exotic leather, figured wood or carbon fiber in various patterns.

iPhone X Fusion

Then there comes the Corium iPhone X which costs $3,778 and it will also be in a limited edition of 10 phones only. It comes with genuine premium quality crocodile leather inlay and you can choose to replace it with one of the various premium exotic leathers offered by the company.


The Momentum iPhone X is the most expensive model and it comes with a price tag of $4,500. It comes with a round cut 0.3-carat genuine red diamond center stone and it is surrounded by hand-cut green turban abalone. The company claims that over 65 hours of hand work is required on each unit of Momentum iPhone X.


All of the iPhone devices offered by the company come with a luxury box, a certificate of authenticity, a 24k gold earpods and a custom leather pouch made from the leather of your choice. To know about these expensive iPhone devices, visit the Legend’s official website.

Apple is in an awkward situation right now. The market demand of iPhone 8 is very low as people are anticipating to buy the iPhone X. Yet, due to production issues, it is expected that people wouldn’t be able to get their hands on the device before 2018.

Written by Uzair Khalid
Uzair has been very tech savvy since his childhood. He's a passionate writer for all things related to technology and a Computer Science graduate. Profile