Nokia 8800 Arte with pink diamonds: $134,000
Some features of this cell mobile phone is 3.15 MP camera with autofocus and video, music player, Bluetooth and voice memo.
Sony Ericsson Black Diamond: $300,000
The entire face give 4 megapixel phone with the screen display limits. A Mirror gives the phone a sleek, futuristic look.
Vertu Signature Cobra: $310,000
Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme: $3.2 million
Stuart Hughes of Goldstriker International is famous for giving expensive devices such as mobile phones and video game console a luxutious touch by covered them with gold and diamonds, and for this iPhone is no exception. The iPhone has a great feature 3GS casing is made of 271 grams of solid 22k gold and scenes decorated with fifty three 1 carat diamond. The navigation button on the Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme is a rare 7.1 carat diamond. It took 10 months to make this incredible mobile phone, and it was packaged in a 7 kg granite box lined in nubuck leather.
he Diamond Crypto Smartphone: $1.3 million
This luxurious smartphone platinum price comes from the body cover that adorned with 50 diamonds, including eight of the rare blue diamonds. In addition, Ancort logo and navigation buttons are made of 18k rose gold. Built on Windows CE, this expensive cell phone also features a high resolution color TFT display and 256-bit cryptographic algorithm. This expensive mobile phone features SMS, MMS, E-mail and Internet capability, WAP, JAVA support and even media player.
GoldVish ‘Le Million’ Piece Unique: $1.3 million
The phone is made from 18k white gold and set with 20 carats of VVS1 (only microscopic defects) diamond. The phone also features Bluetooth, 2 GB of storage, FM radio, digital cameras and MP3 playback. This expensive mobile phone is available only by special order.
Peter Aloisson’s Kings Button iPhone: $2.4 million
The Kings Button iPhone is, an amazing jewel decorated iPhone. This time Aloisson has iPhone 3G to play with and apparently a little larger budget. One hundred and thirty eight brilliant cut diamonds line in the side of the phone, but the real prize is the home button from the rare 6.6 carats white diamond.
Peter Aloisson’s iPhone Princess Plus: $176,400
The Princess Plus gets its name from the Princess cut diamonds used on 138 of the 318 diamonds on its surface. 180 other diamonds of the phone are brilliant cut. In total, 17.75 carats diamond phone is set in 18k white gold around the lips. IPhone Princess Plus is worth $ 176,400, while the cheaper “Brilliants only” version sold $ 66,150.