Most expensive and luxury phones in the world

iPhone GoldStriker 3GS Supreme

Diamonds and jewels are not just confined to neck of a woman. Read this post and find out what do the most expensive phones in the world have in them.


Price: $3.2 Million

A diamond is what a woman selflessly craves for. Imagine having 200 diamonds? The Goldstriker iPhone 3GS has just that. It is encrusted with 271 grams of 22 carat pure solid gold with more than 200 diamonds. The Apple logo on the back features 53 gems and the home button is covered with a single 7.1 carat diamond. The Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme is also decorated in a chest carved from granite and Kashmir gold along with a lining made from top Nubuck grain leather.

Stuart Hughes is the proud designer of this world’s most expensive mobile phone.



Price: $1.3 Million

The Diamond Crypto smart phone is surrounded by a platinum base and boasts of more than 50 diamonds, 8 of which are rare blue diamonds! The navigation key at the centre and the Ancort logo at the top are of 18 carat rose gold. Being built on Windows CE, the Diamond Cryto Smartphone is produced by JSC Ancort.



Price: $1.3 Million

Goldvish LeMillion uses a VVS1 (only microscopically flawed) diamonds with 18 carat of white gold. The features are pretty standard with 2 GB storage, FM radio, digital camera, MP3 playback and bluetooth. Emmanuel Gueit is the designer. Goldvish LeMillion is available only on order.


4. Goldvish Le million (Dagger-Style)

Price: $1 Million

This beauty takes the shape of an Arabian dagger usually carried around by Bedouins. Priced at $1 million, the Goldvish Le million phone features a blinding 120 carats worth of VVS-1 grade diamonds. This is a delicate cell phone with a fine finish and extravagant design. The phone-maker, Geneva-based Goldvish also offers several other diamond-encrusted 18k gold models in a choice of rose, yellow, or white.


5. Vertu Signature Cobra

Price: $310,000

Only eight Signature Cobras exist in the world. Designed by French jeweller Boucheron, the Vertu Signature Cobra features a 9 carat pear-cut diamond, a 2 carat round white diamond, two emerald eyes and 439 rubies. A cobra embodies the two diamonds on the surface of the cell phone. It is a jewel in complete.



Price: $300,000

The VIPN Black Diamond Smartphone has a body made of titans and poly-carbonate while sporting a cutting-edge mirror which is adorned by expensive diamonds. Designed by  Jaren Goh, it uses an Intel 400 MHz processor  with a 4 MP camera and a vibrant 256 TFT screen.



Price: $176,400

The name ‘Princess Plus’ is based on the princess-shaped diamond cut that this iPhone sports on its border in a royale manner. It has a total of 318 diamonds of whom 138 are studded on the case layout in the ‘Princess Plus’ style while the remaining diamonds are shaped in brilliant-cut pattern. In total, the iPhone Princess Plus has 17.75 carats of diamonds and 18 Carats of white gold with Austrain Peter Aloisson being its designer.


8. Vertu Diamond

Price: $88,000

The Diamond is Vertu’s premium range of high-end mobile phones. As the name suggests, the handsets features diamonds encrusted in a platinum base. Only 200 of the handsets are being produced.


9. Motorola V220 Special Edition Price

Price: $51,800

What do you get when you take a standard Mororola, embody around 1,200 diamonds all over its surface and add a keyboard inlaid with 18 carat gold? You get a Motorala V220 Special Edition! This small peace of beauty has diamonds all around, hence giving it  princely feeling. No wonder its designer is the same person who designed the iPhone Princess Plus, Peter Aloisson.

Do let us know if you plan to buy any one of them! 😉

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  1. Peace Batha

    November 15, 2011 at 2:23 PM

    Wow ive not seen sam thing that beautiful in a long while. great work there

  2. Harsha - Tech Blogger

    July 12, 2011 at 11:12 PM

    Huh.. they are so cool dude, :)

  3. AnandK@TGC

    July 12, 2011 at 10:26 PM

    Wonderful post! Love to see more such.

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