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Top 10 Luxury Mobile Models That Make You Go Crazy

Updated on September 14, 2016

All About Mobile Phones

Everyone can find you when they need you and you can decide which call you will reject and which one you won’t. But, for some people, their mobile phone is not only the need to be in contact. They use them to show their status and wealth, so this is why lately mobile phones have become a status symbol. While we, ordinary mortals, pay for phones a few hundred dollars at the most, there are people that don’t care about the price.

Basically, we all like to imagine that we are rich and famous. It's free and it can make our day. So, fasten your seatbelts, we are ready to take off! Let's see what we can "buy". There is no need to talk about prices; we don’t care about money at all. We have only enough to make our dreams come true.

10. iPhone 6S&6S+ Pure Edition

Golden Concept from Sweden. The back of the iPhone can be covered by the finest python leather (poor python!) and it can be combined with hand polished or brushed 24ct gold, 18ct Rose Gold or 18ct Platinum. There is also a Limited Skeleton Edition that will be produced in only 99 pieces in each color. If you like skeletons, you can have your name or initials engraved below the skull. You can also choose one of many aluminum colors. You will receive it with a phone sleeve and a card holder in crocodile embossed leather.

We can imagine waking up with this phone, right! The alarm rings, you open your eyes and the first thing you see is a skull. How nice!


9. Signature Touch for Bentley

Vertu, handmade in England. Crisp, clean aesthetic! A real masterpiece! Vertu made it with Bentley, their automotive brand partner. On the back of the phone, there is a debossed Bentley logo. It reminds of wealth and peace of mind. Enjoyment is guaranteed.

The phone has a 21-megapixel camera with ultra-high definition 4k capture, and significant speed and security improvements with the Android Lollipop 5.1 64-bit operating system. The 5’2’’ sapphire screen is Veru’s largest to date. Also, they offer their new Lost Phone service.

This smartphone would look impressive in one’s hand if he or she keeps the Bentley key in the other one. What did you say? Don’t you have a Bentley? Unlock your imagination then!


8. IPhone Princess Plus

It is a modified iPhone designed by the Austrian jeweler and designer Peter Aloisson. The first buyer was a Russian businessman. So, guys, as you can see, this phone is not for princesses only! Princes can buy it, too! The name Princess is coming from the princess cut, used on 138 of the 318 best quality diamonds. The total of 17.75 carats in diamonds alone. The rest 180 diamonds are brilliantly cut. The phone has a 18ct white gold rim. IPhone Princess Plus stands a class apart from the rest iPhones.

But, if you are a real macho man, don't gamble with your reputation. Diamonds are a girl's best friend, right?


7. Signature Cobra

Vertu, again. Designed by the French jeweler Boucheron. This is not just a phone, but a luxury piece of jewelry. The snake cobra is made from a pear-cut diamond, one round white diamond, two emerald eyes and 439 rubies. Only 8 Cobra phones were sold in 2006 – well, the price is 310,000 for each handset!

Weight of the phone is 215 gr., thickness 1.6 cm, battery 950 mAh. You can talk 9 hours without charging battery.

If you like reptiles, go for it, but be careful when you put your hand in your pocket or your bag to find the phone. Remind me to put my ear plugs in!

6. Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot

We came to one million. Gresso is a luxury international company that makes expensive phones. Their trademark is registered in Switzerland. Ah, Switzerland, Mecca for the rich! Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot is the phone of the first class life. It is a real Jackpot! Diamonds are covering its front and the back panel is covered by exotic 200-years old African Blackwood. The keys are designed from a laser engraved crystal sapphire. Gresso planned to produce only three units.

Weight of this phone is 120 gr. Screen type is color TFT. Regarding multimedia features, the phone has camera of 2 million pixels. Also, it has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 and internal memory of 30 MB.

Do you see yourself among those three customers? If this phone can sing, cook and clean the house, you should definitely think about it! Agree?

5. GoldVish "Le Million" Piece Unique

The slogan of GoldVish is: Elegance. Craftsmanship. Bespoke. Short and clear and you know immediately what you can expect from them. Of course, in case you want to spend over a million dollars. Swiss made. It means the premium level of quality is guaranteed. This phone was introduced in September 2006 at the Millionaire Fair in Cannes, France, and its buyer was a Russian businessman. Also, the phone was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s most exclusive and expensive cellular phone ever sold. The phone has 120 carats worth of VVS-1 grade diamonds.

Although it seems this model is outdated, today it looks just as prestigious and luxurious as the first day. This expensive phone is available only by special order. The phone has video camera, TFT display, resolution 176x220 pixels and 262,000 colors.

What should I do if I was attacked by a thief while walking my pet? Hm, unfortunately, this phone is too big to swallow and save a million dollars.


4. King's Button iPhone

Brilliant Peter Aloisson, with this phone erases differences between gadgets, art, and jewelry! This time, home button, as one more king’s element, is integrated with high quality 6.6ct diamonds. The iPhone is made of solid 18ct white gold, rose gold and yellow gold surrounded with 138 diamonds. Not just a phone, but a true jewel.

One king deserves it! Literally!

3. Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme

British designer, Stuart Hughes is well known for his incredible and expensive mobile phones. This phone is the perfect reflection of his work. Mister Hughes spent 10 months in the making. The Goldstriker is encrusted with 271 grams of 22ct gold. The navigation button is covered with a single rare 7.1ct diamond. The outer encasing is made from granite and Kashmir gold.

The situation gets serious. Mister Hughes, be my Valentine!

2. iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition

We reached second place. I can’t wait to see which one will be the winner! OK, I know which one is, but we need a little drama.

The construction cost of this phone is 6.5 million dollars. The Apple logo is made of rose gold and 53 diamonds. The phone has around 500 perfect diamonds, over 100ct. If you have it, that means you are a very rare bird, because only two of these have been made. It comes with a box made from a single block of Granite, which weights 7 kg. So, your minion will be completely safe.

What? Only 32 GB? Sorry, we are not interested anymore.

1. iPhone 5 Black Diamond

And finally, the winner is... Close your eyes to prevent blindness!

The absolute winner of the most luxury mobile models is iPhone 5 Black Diamond. This is another masterpiece of Stuart Hughes. And now, this is the story of how the phone was created. A Chinese businessman, Joe, had the black diamond in his family for generations. He contacted Mr. Hughes and asked to place a rare black diamond as the home button of an iPhone 5. Nine weeks later, this sumptuous project was completed. Mr. Joe finally had the opportunity to show off his family treasure!

This phone also has around 600 white diamonds, circa of 135 grams of 24-carat gold and sapphire glass set in the screen.

Who will be the next one’s owner? What are you waiting for?! Please, keep in mind that for 15 million dollars you can also buy a small island! The Island or the phone, that is the question. And it’s up for you to decide!



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      2 years ago

      Very interesting article. However bling is not my thing.

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      2 years ago

      Nice article,! I like it!


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