Top 10 most expensive mobile phones in the world
Everybody has an interest in mobile phone. This smart technology is very fast growing equipment and it already expend all over the world. We love our cell phone but always ready to try a new one. Whether we buy or not, we like to know and hold different phones in our hand. And to hold an expensive one sounds very dreamy. Today we are going to introduce ourselves with some of the most valued mobile phones of this time.
All of them are not better than our regular low cost phones in case of features. But the special design and use of gold and diamond make them available only for rich people. So let’s know the ten most expensive cell phones in the world.
10. Mobiado Professional EM
The number ten phone of our list of very expensive mobile phones is different from the other nines by the material that is used to make it luxurious. While the rest are just shiny show off of flaunt diamonds, the Mobiado Professional EM is made from rare antique wood. The varying rich grain pattern of the pitch is the especially and that is what made each handset unique. The wood was taken from 200 years old African Blackwood trees and hard-anodized aluminum with titanium buttons. The phone features 1.3 megapixel camera and Bluetooth. This limited edition phones available for only 200 pieces.
9. Motorola V220 Special Edition
Number nine in our list of ten most expensive mobile phones in the world is the V220 Special Edition from the very well known cell phone manufacturer Motorola. This special edition has all the features from the normal version. But this mobile phone is encrusted with 1,200 diamonds plus the keypad is inlaid with 18 carat gold. This special edition was designed by the Austrian designer Peter Aloisson. Peter Aloisson is famous for making luxurious phone designing with expensive stones and gold. The Motorola V220 Special Edition costs around £28,000 ($51,800).
8. Vertu Signature Diamond
A luxurious cell phone from Vertu is their special Signature Diamond edition. You will have to pay $88,000 to won one of these phones. This expensive phone contains 943 diamonds all over its body and eight carat worth 48 more diamonds on its keypad. Each of the diamonds was set in place by hand in Switzerland. The models are white gold and yellow gold with black ceramic back and black leather. The body is constructed by the finest platinum. This luxurious phone does not feature as much as it cost. Even it has no camera. This stands 8th among the top 10 expensive mobiles in the world.
7. Nokia 8800 Arte with pink diamonds
We have got another luxurious phone in our top ten list of expensive mobile phones designed by Peter Aloisson. The special edition of Nokia 8800 known as the Nokia 8800 gold arte is made of solid 18k white gold plating with leather supporting tri-band GSM and WCMA 2100 technology.
The phone contains about 680 pieces of pink and white cut diamonds and totaling over 21.5 carats.
The Nokia 8800 Gold Arte features a 2.0″ OLED QVGA 240×320 display with 16M colors.
6. Sony Ericsson Black Diamond
The Sony Ericsson Black Diamond has actual state of the art technology, unlike other expensive phones. But also it doesn’t lack of visual appeal. OLED technology underneath the polycarbonate skin that covers the phones entire face gives the 4 megapixel screen a borderless look. The mirror finish gives the phone a sleek, futuristic look. Only five numbered pieces in total were made, not from Sony Ericsson but by a Swiss company called VIPN since 2007. Black Diamond has Quad-band with Wi-Fi, an Intel 400Mhz processor running windows mobile 5, and a touch sensitive 2″ 256K TFT screen and VOIP. It will also include internal memory of 128mb and will come with a 2GB SD card for external storage, plus a 4 Megapixel camera. The titanium construction known as the “Black Diamond” contains 2 huge diamonds. This stands 6th among the top 10 most expensive mobile phones in the world.
5. Vertu Signature Cobra
Vertu signature Cobra is another expensive cell phone from Vertu, designed by the famous French ornament maker Bucheron. The Singnature Cobra is made by the British luxurious mobile phone maker Vertu. The company is owned subsidiary by the well known mobile phone manufacturer Nokia. There were only eight pieces of this special edition phone. The phone contained 21 carats in total with a one-carat round white diamond, two emerald eyes, two carat pear cut diamonds and 439 rubies. The models come in platinum, stainless steel, white gold and yellow gold with black ceramic back.
4. The Diamond Crypto Smartphone
Price: $1.3 Million
The Diamond Crypto Smartphone is another expensive cell phone designed by diamond encruster extraordinaire Peter Aloisson. The Russian firm JSC Ancort has developed a Windows CE-based smartphone ready for Aloisson’s bejeweling that employs “powerful encryption technology” to “provide secure protection of.Of course, with its $1.3 million price tag and 50 diamonds including 10 very rare blue diamonds. Additionally, the Ancort logo and the navigation key are made of 18k rose gold. Built on the Windows CE, this cell also features a high-resolution color TFT display and a 256 bit cryptographic algorithm. This expensive mobile phone is capable of SMS, MMS, E-mail, Internet, WAP, JAVA support and also has a media player.
3. The GoldVish Le Million
Price: $1.45 Million
Created by GoldVish SA, a Geneva based luxury communication goods company, the ‘Le Million’ is a cell phone worth $1.45 million. It was recognized as the most expensive cell phone in the world by Guinness Book of World Records in 2008. The odd-shaped phone is made of 18-carat white gold set with 20 carats of VVS1 and 1,800 diamonds totaling 120 carats. A Russian businessman bought Le Million for his wife in a luxury goods fair in Cannes, France. As an addition to the Illusion Collection, this expensive mobile phone was designed by Emmanuel Gueit. The phone features Bluetooth, 2 GB of storage, FM radio, a digital camera and MP3 playback. This phone is a guaranteed limited production of only three pieces.
2. Apple iPhone 3G Kings Button
Price: $2.5 Million
The Apple iPhone 3G ‘Kings Button’ was designed by already our known Australian jeweler Peter Aloisson. Priced over $2.5 million, this phone holds the crown for the second most expensive cell phone worldwide. The Apple iPhone 3G Kings Button is designed with 18-carat yellow, white and rose gold. The white gold line encrusted with a total of 138 brilliant cut diamonds and the home button replaces the standard plastic home button iPhone with a 6.6 carat rare diamond stone. The Apple iPhone 3G ‘Kings Button’ was available for EUR€1,636,000 approx. USD$2,517,345 at time of production.
1. iPhone 3G supreme
Price: $3.2 million
Stuart Hughes, the famous designer from Liverpool, decorated the world’s most expensive cell phone, the $3.2-million iPhone 3G Supreme. The phone, featuring 271 grams of 22-karat gold and a front bezel studded with 136 diamonds, took Hughes 10 months to create. The Apple logo, embedded in the gold casing on the back of the phone, is made of 58 diamonds totaling roughly one carat, and the front navigation button is home to a single cut very rare diamond at 7.1 carats. An iPhone, worth almost £2 million, has been produced for an eccentric Australian gold mining magnate. It is being delivered to the Aussie in solid granite chest weighing 7kg along with a Kashmir gold and Nubeck leather inner lining. As well as a gold iPhone 3G, Hughes has previously binged up with Apple products like iPod, a belt, watches and belts. The iPhone 3G Supreme is the current most expensive mobile phone in the world.
So now you have got the list of ten most expensive phones of the world.