The World’s Most Expensive Phones
Mobile phones are becoming more efficient and advancing technologies and rankings can change in an instant.But these extravagant phones and with prices exceeding any imagination mobile phones listed below are intended only for the richest people in the world.
1. Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme – $3.2 million
Stuart Hughes of the International Goldstriker company is known as the man who gives supremacy luxury equipment such as mobile or video consoles, covering them with diamonds and gold.This iPhone is no exception.It is plated with 271 grams of solid 22K gold and garnished with 136 diamonds that display total accumulated 67K.The emblem on the back is also plated with 53 diamonds.And because this phone can not be delivered as a regular package it comes in a box less conventional weighing 7 kg and is made of granite Nubuk leather lined.
2.iPhone 3G Kings Button-$2,4 million
This gem wears the signature of the famous Austrian jeweler Peter Aloisson. It has 138 diamonds and is engraved white gold plated yellow and pink18-carat.Command button also has a special characteristic, being replaced by a rare diamond of 6.6 carats.
3.GoldVish “Le Million” Piece Unique – $ 1.3 million
Guinness World Records has certified this phone model on 29 January 2008. Swiss company GoldVish,by designer Emmanuel Gueit created this phone using 8-carat white gold and diamond set of WS-1 that sums 20 carat.2 GB storage, FM radio, digital camera, MP3 playback and bluetooth are the internal features of the cell phone.
4.Diamond Crypto Smartphone – $1.3 million
The phone, designed by Austrian Peter Aloisson is made of platinum white and the case is decorated with 50 diamonds of which 10 are blue, very rare.Diamond Crypto Smartphone is different from other phones by its the latest security system.The navigation key and the Ancort logo are of 18k rose gold. SMS, MMS, Internet and E-mail capability, media player, WAP and JAVA support is the features of this device. The cell phone comes with a 256 bit cryptographic algorithm built on Windows CE and a high resolution TFT display.