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Top 6 Most Expensive Phones In the World

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If you think your phone’s expensive, then think again, New iPhones can cost in excess of $1,000, which is a lot of money for most people. But not for the owners of the phones on this list.

There are actually mobile phones, mainly iPhones, that are worth and have sold for over $1 million dollars

6 most expensive phones in the world:

  • Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond – $48.5 Million
  • Stuart Hughes iPhone 4s Elite Gold – $9.4 Million
  • Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition- $8 Million
  • Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme – $3.2 Million
  • iPhone 3G Kings Button – $2.5 Million
  • Diamond Crypto Smartphone – $1.3 Million

6. Diamond Crypto Smartphone – $1.3 Million

Most Expensive Phones - Diamond Crypto Smartphone

The Diamond Crypto Smartphone was once considered to be the most expensive phone in the world. 

The phone was designed by Aloisson and manufactured by JSC Ancort. 

The majority of the mobile phone is made up of solid platinum, whilst its logo and home button are made from rose gold. 

As well as that, the phone has fifty diamonds studded into it, including 10 rare blue cloured diamonds.

The small amount of wood that’s featured on the sides of the phone is made from Macassar Ebony. 

Apart from the super luxurious aesthetics of the phone; the software it uses has been developed to include a special encryption technology to keep the owner’s sensitive information safe. 

5. iPhone 3G Kings Button – $2.5 Million

Most Expensive Phones - iPhone 3G Kings Button

The fifth most expensive phone in the world is the iPhone 3G Kings Button, coming in at a whopping $2.5 million.

The phone was deisnged by Austrian designer, Peter Alisson, and is made up of, 18-karat yellow, white and rose gold.

The white gold strip, which runs around the entire edge of the phone, is decorated with one hundred and thirty-eight diamonds. 

Perhaps the most significant and extravagant feature of the iPhone is the 6.6-carat single-cut diamond that’s been used to replace the iPhones original home button.

If pressing a 6.6-carat diamond to move your apps around isn’t luxury, then I don’t know what is!

The phone is considered to be one of the most beautiful phones in the market, and very popular with phone fanatics. 

4. Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme – $3.2 Million

Most Expensive Phones - Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme

Similar to the 3G Kings Button, the Goldstriker 3GS Supreme has many of the same features but includes more carats. 

The phone is another successful creation from Stuart Hughes and is made from two hundred and seventy-one grams of twenty-two-karat gold. 

The bezel of the iPhone contains one hundred and thirty-six diamonds and the Apple logo on the rear of the phone is studded with fifty-three diamonds.  

Now, similar to the Kings Button, the Goldstriker also has a single-cut diamond for a home button, but this one is a whopping 7.1 carats. 

If the phone doesn’t do it for you on its own, then its packaging and the way it’s presented, might!

When you purchase a Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme, you’ll be given a solid granite box; made from one single piece of granite, embellished with top-grain leather and Kashmir gold. 

How’s that for presentation?!

3. Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition – $8 Million

Most Expensive Phones - Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition

Coming in at number 3 is yet another iPhone design collaboration from Stuart Hughes. This iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition is the third most expensive phone in the world.

To keep it exclusive, only two phones have been manufactured to date, each one was completely customised for their owners. 

The phone is made from solid rose gold and includes five hundred 100 carat diamonds, and the Apple logo is decorated with fifty-three diamonds. 

Like the previous two phones on our list, the home button is made from a single-cut pink diamond of 7.4 carats. 

If you’re into your packaging, then you’ll be pleased to know that $8 million dollars will also get you a solid granite presentation box, like the Goldstriker Supreme and Kings Button. 

2. Stuart Hughes iPhone 4s Elite Gold – $9.4 Million

Most Expensive Phones - Stuart Hughes iPhone 4s Elite Gold

Continuing his dominance in the luxury phone market, and making yet another one of the worlds most expensive phones, Stuarts Hughes’s next iPhone is worth a staggering $9.4 Million.

Being the second most expensive phone in the world comes with a lot of expectations. With that said, the Elite Gold iPhone 4 certainly doesn’t disappoint.

The handmade phone is coated with five-hundred, one-hundred-carat diamonds and its rear panel and logo are made from twenty-four-carat gold.The logo also contains fifty-three diamonds, to give it that extra wow factor, and the home button is made from an 8.6-carat single-cut diamond. 

If you were to lose or misplace that 8.6-carat single-cut diamond; then you’ll be happy to know that your $9.4 million dollar investment also gets you an additional 7.6-carat single-cut diamond, as a backup!

Now, to top it off, the phone comes in one hell of a box. In actual fact, it’s more of a chest. It’s made from solid platinum with actual polished pieces of original T-Rex dinosaur bone.

It’s finished off with several rare precious gemstones like Opals, Star Sunstone, Rutile Quartz, Charoite and Pietersite. 

1. Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond – $48.5 Million

Most Expensive Phones - Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond

The worlds most expensive phone is the Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond Edition, costing an unbelievable $48.5 million. The Falcon Supernova is a customized iPhone 6, introduced in 2004, that’s covered in twenty-four-carat gold and decorated with one massive pink diamond on its rear.

Its also coated in platinum and features hack prevention technology to keep the owner’s information safe from unwanted prying eyes.

The Pink Diamond Falcon Supernova is the prised position of Asia’s richest man’s wife, and Indian cricket team owner, Nita Ambani. It’s not the nicest looking phone on the list in, but it’s still the most expensive phone in the world, so it gets it kudos for that

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