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Top 10 Expensive And Exclusive Mobiles In The World

If you were under the assumption that your $1,000 iPhone is one of the most costly on the market, think differently as we present you with the top 10 most expensive smartphones that will cost a considerable amount.


The world’s most expensive cell phone costs its user as much as $ 48.5 million. The unit consists of 24-carat gold and is studded on the back with an immense Pink Diamond. The handset also comes with a platinum coating and protection against hacks. It is a precious asset of Nita Ambani, the wife of Mukesh Ambani, the wealthiest Indian businessman in Asia.


The second most expensive handset is the Stuart Hughes-designed iPhone 4s. The handset bezel is handmade and encrusted with 500 beautiful diamonds, over 100 carats in all. Its badge and rear panel are made of 24-carat gold. Fifty-three diamonds are also used in the logo. An 8,6-carat diamond is the home button itself. The phone also comes with a 7.4-carat diamond, just in case the 8.6-carat one is lost by the user. The device comes with shiny bits of original dinosaur bone from a T-REX along with rare stones like Opal, Pietersite, Charoite, Rutile Quartz, Star Sunstone in a chest made of solid Platinum.


The iPhone 4, designed by none other than Stuart Hughes, is the third most expensive handset. The phone is made of solid rose gold with 500 diamonds of up to 100 carats, its logo is adorned with 53 diamonds, while its start button has a single-cut pink diamond of 7.4 carats. The phone comes with a stunning 7-kg granite chest.


Also designed by Stuart Hughes, this iPhone 3GS is made from 271 grams of 22-carat gold. The front bezels host 136 diamonds, with 53 diamonds on the rear badge and a 7.1-carat diamond on the home screen. The phone is sold in a chest of granite, built from a single granite stone.


This iPhone 3G was created by Peter Aloisson and consisted of 18-karat yellow gold, white gold and rose gold. With 138 finely cut diamonds, the white gold strip that the phone features are lined, and the home button has a vast 6.6-carat diamond.


The Diamond Crypto Smartphone was once the world’s most expensive phone and was designed by Peter Aloisson and produced by JSC Ancora. Although the emblem is made of rose gold, the unit is made of solid Platinum. Also made of rose gold, the navigation key features 28 round cut diamonds. The stunning phone comes with 50 diamonds in all, including ten rare blue ones. The wood is made of Macassar ebony on either side of the phone, which has been hand polished.


This lavish phone is the priciest gadget for GoldVish and was listed as the most costly and exclusive phone in the world in the Guinness Book of Worlds Records. It is gold plated and made of 18-carat white gold. It also contains VVS-1 graded diamonds of 120 carats.


The Gresso Las Vegas Jackpot, designed by the renowned accessories manufacturer Gresso, features a back panel made of wood harvested from a tree more than 200 years old in Africa. Black diamonds and more than 180 grams of gold are also included. Each key, a part of the keyboard, is embellished with a sapphire diamond. Just three of these phones with a unique number etched on them have ever been made.


Goldvish, a Swiss company produced the Goldvish Revolution. The handset has rounded ends and consists of pink and white gold, diamonds, also a set of sapphire glass and the finest leather. The phone also hosts Frederic Jouvenot’s detachable analogue watch. The fact that only 30 phones of this type have ever been produced adds to its price.


The Signature Cobra, Vertu’s most expensive, features a snake wrapped around its sides. It also consists of 2 emeralds and 439 rubies. The unit is plated with gold and contains a variety of expensive gemstones. It was designed and hand-assembled in the UK by Boucheron, a French jewellery firm. It is known that only 8 of these Vertu units were ever produced.

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