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Meet the custom-made Hadoro OnePlus 6

If you like the OnePlus 6 but fancy a more luxurious design to match your Lamborghini, then this is the phone for you.

At its heart is a regular OnePlus 6, but it's been given a full makeover by luxury French brand Hadoro. Gone is the metal back of the regular phone, replaced instead with this carbon and aluminium wave design, finished with a light-up OnePlus logo in the middle.

They're hand-made of course, each phone's wave-like look unique. The cost? A cool 2,700 euros, which equates to £2,408 here in the UK, $3,156 in the US or AU$4,880 in Australia.

A touch more expensive than the OnePlus 6's usual asking price of £469.

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The carbon composite material used in the phone is apparently a new development by Hadoro. "The composite material consists of 36 layers of carbon fiber interlaced with layers of aircraft aluminum," the company explained. It calls the material "Aero Damascus Carbon."

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The OnePlus logo sits in the middle and is apparently made from scratch-proof sapphire glass. It also glows when the phone is switched on.

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From the front, it's pretty much business as usual.

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But hit the lights and that logo really shines.

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The Hadoro name has been engraved into the material here, but you can customise that with whatever you want.

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"Since carbon fiber is produced in sheets and then cut into pieces for the back panels, each has a unique unrepeatable pattern making every phone unique design-wise," Hodoro explained.

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Thankfully the carbon design didn't result in removing the headphone jack.

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The layers of carbon and aluminium look amazing up close.

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The phone is slightly thicker than the standard OnePlus 6, but that's a small price to pay for style this badass.

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Yes.

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It still runs Android 8.1 Oreo.

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Get close enough and you can how the layers fold over one another.

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The layers are left unpolished, so you can feel gentle ripples as you move your hand across it.

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It certainly makes a statement.

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