Karalux –specializing customizing phones, gifts and gold-plating supercars – continue unveiling the world’s first luxurious 24K gold-plated BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 version for businessman.
Porsche Design P’9983 was inspired by Q10 at configuration, but it is much more advanced with the latest BlackBerry operating system OS 10.3. Porsche Design P’9983 is currently the most advanced smartphone of BlackBerry.
Superior BlackBerry performance and elegant styling place the P’9983 smartphone in a class of its own. A Dual Core 1.5 GHz processor, 3.1″ Touch Screen Display, 14hrs Talk Time, 8mp Camera, 2 GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage powers a responsive and nimble browsing experience.
Right after being introduced and sold in Vietnam, Karalux’s engineers have begun studying its surface and material to urgently launch the world’s first 24K gold-plated BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9983 version.
Karalux engineers carry out many stages to gold-plate this phone. First of all its details are disassembled, and then the surface of items which need gold-plating will be processed and activated before being dipped deeply into a tank of gold.
Mr. Quang Tu – the chief engineer in gold-plating this phone said: “We spend 3 straight working hours to implement over 10 different stages to gold-plate, including disassembly, gold-plating and re-assembly.”
The gold-plating cost for Porsche Design P’9983 BlackBerry version varies between VND 15 million to VND 20 million, depending on the type of gold: 24K gold or chocolate gold. And 50 million for both phone and gold-plating. For international customers, the price is VND 55 million
Mr Khoi Nguyen/ Mavang.vn
Karalux is a famous trademark gold-plating high-end gifts in Vietnam. Not only are we famous for gifting iPhone, Samsung, BlackBerry all over the world but we also are known as the pioneer in gold plating technology, specializing Rolls-Royce, BMW, Lexus. Especially, Karalux is also selected as a prestigious supplier of gifts for politicians, Heads of State, foreign partners, international travelers coming to Vietnam.