The back of this new limited edition device is designed to give off an eroded green texture, giving it a sophisticated and one-of-a-kind appearance. The gadget seems like it has weathered quite a bit, and it now has a green patina with bronze crystals set into it. The printed jewels in the coating and sections of the patina make the crystals look more real, even though they aren't actually projecting. Sculptures of Pokémon in crystal by Arsham, which have gained international renown.
The screen of this special edition gadget will remain unchanged. There will be a 6.67-inch AMOLED screen with up to 500 nits of brightness and support for 68B colours and Dolby Vision. HDR10+ will provide a picture that is 1220 by 2712 pixels in size. This will have a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for enhanced durability and toughness.
As far as we know, the device's specifications haven't changed. This gadget will have an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. Adreno 730 has been included in this gadget to enhance the visual experience. Users will have the option of selecting between 8 and 12 GB of RAM and 128 and 256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage.
The special enhancements are featured on the software side as well. Arsham's erosion theme is carried on in the phone's bespoke gyroscopic wallpaper. With a slight motion of the device, the wallpaper softly animates into a 3D effect.
Packaging for this limited-edition smartphone was created by Daniel Arsham as well. The New York-based artist behind "Fictional Archaeology" has created a limited-edition smartphone that reflects his preferred style of a fossilised, decaying past. It has symbolic meanings, making it more like a sculpture than ordinary adornment. The phone features a green body with gold accents. Both the adaptor and the USB cable for charging will be green.
Price and Availability
Pricing for this special edition smartphone comes in at $932. Xiaomi has ensured that this phone would become a collector's item by restricting production to only 2,000 copies. Pre-orders for this item will be accepted beginning on December 5. The manufacturer has said categorically that this product would only be available in the European markets of France, Germany, Italy, and Spain.