Stuart Hughes, known for crafting luxury Apple devices covered in precious metals and encrusted with rare stones, has created the most expensive iPhone 5 – embedded with a rare black diamond. Apparently, it took nine weeks to re-create the chassis of the iPhone 5 in solid gold, and the complete handset has been finished by hand. The Black Diamond iPhone 5 is priced at a whopping 15 million dollars.
Designed by Peter Aloisson, the Ancort Diamond Crypto smartphone's navigation key has been made of solid 18 carat rose/yellow gold and according to the designer of the device, the button is equipped with no less than 28 round cut diamonds with an approximate weight of 1.5 carats. The diamond lines of the device have 25.5 carats princess cut diamonds on both left and right sides. In addition, the side buttons reveal other diamonds of approximately 1.2 carats. This extravagent device is priced at 1.3 million dollars.
Hand assembled in France, the full touch-screen Dior Rêverie comes designed with 1,539 diamonds, 18-karat white gold and 46 pieces of natural white mother-of-pearls. in addition, the phone comprises of a multi-touch LCD screen, showcasing an interface of menus and applications, which allows the user to discover the house of Dior from the 1950s to the present day. The smartphone is priced at $1,220,000.
Swiss manufacturer Goldvish designs the Goldvish Le Million with 18 carat Gold and on the top along with another 120-carat diamonds. This might be one of those rare phones which has such a unique shape and an appealing look. The smartphone will also be available in colors such as Yellow, Rose, White and Gold and is priced at $1,094,800.
The Black Diamond might look ordinary but it still makes it to the most expensive smartphone list in the world. There are only two diamonds on this one, with a larger one on the back and a smaller one on the stick up front. Another appealing thing about the phone is its fancy mirror and the fact that it is unbreakable! This one will cost you $300,000.
Adding to Gresso’s Luxor series, the Gresso Luxor World Time Gold offers ancient luxury smartphone which is crafted from 18K gold. Its screen has double anti-reflective sapphire crystal while the keyboard keys are made from the same material. The back of the phone houses six independent watch mechanisms which are covered by sapphire crystal once again. The smartphone is priced at $30,000.
With a price tag of $250,000, the Savelli smartphones come complete with 18-carat white gold casing encrusted with precious diamonds. Apart from these, the phone is also decorated with luxury materials, such as sapphires and emeralds, and finished off with ostrich, python and iguana leather respectively.
The gorgeous Ulysse-Nardin-Chairman comes studded with 3,000 hand-cut 17-karat diamonds adorning the faceplate! If you want one, there's a seven-month waiting period because over 700 man-hours go into cutting and placing all those rocks. The price of this device is $130,000
Vertu offers a fiere red gadget, the Aster Diamonds Red Alligator, which is encrusted with 55 white diamonds, cased in a stainless steel case. The back of the phone is covered in red alligator leather, which also features a polished titanium plate. Is is available for $9,600
Gresso’s has embedded its unique logo on the Gresso Regal Gold smartphone on the front panel made of 18K Yellow Gold. The back panel is decorated by a 18K Yellow Gold insert which is engraved with the smartphone’s individual number. It is priced at $6,000