There was a well-liked belief that solely mid-range mobile smartphones are popular with consumers. However the shoppers have started proving it wrong by their increasing interest in a number of the most costly mobile phones. Mobile phones became essential for our life as we’ve become aware of using it for connecting, calling and networking with others, friends and relatives.
But there are individuals within the world for whom simply communicating with others isn’t enough and they wish to have extra-expensive and luxurious smartphones with mind-blowing price tags. If you are curious to know about these mobile phones prices or want to shop for an expensive mobile, then you must see this list of top five most costly Mobile Phones in 2013. We have already seen the $8 Million Dollar iPad that incorporatesd Dinosaur Bones, Diamonds and Gold and the $1000 Gold Plated Nokia Oro, but the following list of super-expensive smartphones take luxury to the very next level.
iPhone 5 Black Diamond
Price: $15.3 Million
During Apr 2013, British designer’ Stuart Hughes manufactured and crafted a singular smart phone on the request of Hong Kong Businessman named “Joe” for about $15.3 M, breaking his previous record of $8 Million for iPhone 4 Diamond Rose. Stuart Hughes is known for his luxury brand. He has created and designed several other luxury items that are featured on his official website.
This impressively crafted iPhone 5 features a rare 26-carat black diamond that was in possession of Joe’s family for years. The rear section of the phone is coated with solid gold and apple emblem consists of 43 unflawed diamonds. The screen of this luxury item is made from sapphire glass, rather than gorilla glass, and is 10 times costlier than gorilla glass. These extra dollars are spent to confirm strength and stability of screen as sapphire glass is that the hardest natural substance after diamond. The most special item of this iPhone 5 is its home button that is rare 26-carat black diamond, encrusted on a circa of 600 flawless diamonds.
iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition
Price: $8 Million
If you thought his iPhone 5 Black Diamond was spectacular, check out his previous expensive iPhone by Stuart Hughes – the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition. Hughes recreated the ill-famed antenna band that wraps around the sides of the iPhone 4, as well as the backplate, using rose gold. The band is adorned with one hundred carats of flawless diamonds, and therefore the Apple logo is created with fifty-three additional diamonds. Once again, the home button gets the foremost love – it’s manufactured from platinum and features a rare 7.4-carat pink diamond.
The phone comes in an imperial pink 7-kilogram chest cut from one block of granite and lined with nu-buck top-grain leather. It also comes with an 8-carat flawless diamond that can be utilized in place of the pink one.
GoldVish Le Million
Price: $1.3 Million
Created and designed by world’s distinguished Swedish designer ‘Emmanuel Gueit’ the Doldvish Le Million is the 5th most costly and most luxurious mobile smartphone in the world. It was purchased by a Russian businessman for $1.3 million. The phone is handmade with 18 ct white gold and 120 ct VVS-1 graded diamonds.
Diamond Crypto Smart Phone
Price: $1.3 Million
Diamond Crypto Smartphone is designed and crafted by Peter Aloisson and 1.3 million dollars had been spent in its preparation. This distinctive smartphone is bejeweled with eighteen carat white gold and 18 carat yellow gold. 50 diamonds weighted around 25 ct are lined on sides of phone.
Vertu Signature Cobra
This gaudy phone is so exclusive that only eight will ever be made. Designed by French jeweler Boucheron, the Signature Cobra is made with two diamonds, two emeralds and 439 rubies. For patrons who are only filthy rich, rather than obscenely rich, 26 of the less flashy (read: no rubies) Signature Python phones will be available for a mere $115,000. Both phones will feature the important draw—they have frikkin’ snakes on them. Awesome.
So, which one is becoming your next precious gadget?