lg-v10-goldLet us face the cold, hard facts here – anything that is gold in color will definitely be worth selling – after all, a shade of gold adds that much needed touch of class and elegance regardless of the object that it shines on. Having said that, the recently announced LG V10 smartphone that clearly resides on the high end side of things (and which we’ve seen in a video as well) might arrive in a myriad of different colors – but not gold, and this is what Karalux of Vietnam would like to change. Karalux has revealed that they are willing and full well capable of layering your device with some gold, at a price, of course.


If you would like to have your LG V10 be paraded about with a more premium look, then you would not go too far off the mark with the handiwork of Karalux. This Vietnam-based company claims that it will take around three to four hours, tops, to complete the entire process. This is a whole lot shorter than what it would normally require, since the shell of LG V10 happens to be made of stainless steel, which translates to the entire gold-plating process being relatively easy and quick. The asking price to get the Midas touch on your handset? It would cost somewhere in the region of $180 thereabouts at the current exchange rate.

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  • 515 PPI
16 MP
  • f/1.8 Aperture
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3000 mAh
  • Removable
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