2. Stuart Hughes iPhone 4s Elite Gold – $9.4 Million— Kaydeyjkj (@kaydeyofficial) June 19, 2020
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. pic.twitter.com/5W7Hd59lrg
Assessing how stylish someone actually is comes down to a number of factors these days. Dress sense is certainly important, but so too are the various accessories we have to supplement an overall look, smartphones included. In fact, for many people around the world, an extravagant mobile device is an important aspect of their final look.
It was always going to happen
After all, in a modern environment where technology has well and truly taken over, it was probably only going to be a matter of time before souped-up mobile phones hit the market. Now, with a number of devices being given a flashy facelift, owners of these types of smartphones are utilising the power of a phone in a way that the rest of us struggle to fathom. While the Netflix shows they stream, such as You, and the games they play, like Warrior Conquest and other real slots online, might be the same, they’re exploring these common entertainment options in serious style compared to us regular folk. Some phones have been created by world-renowned designers in this particular space, while others are bespoke and meet a specific person’s preferences, be it a diamond-heavy design or a gold-plated device.
While these expensive phones probably don’t appeal to everyone, it’s still intriguing to see how the other half lives, right? With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the most valuable smartphone devices on earth at the moment.
The iPhone 3G King’s Button costs $2.5 million
When walking into a phone shop or ordering a device online, you certainly won’t find a smartphone for $2.5 million. A highly customised iPhone device with a main King’s Button commands that sort of price, though. Produced by celebrity designer and jeweller Peter Aloisson, a respected name in this particular space, this phone is as slick as you can get thanks to the array of luxurious colours used in the design, alongside its 138 diamonds, which includes a beastly 6.6 carat diamond, and a selection of other features that clearly cater for the rich and famous.
The iPhone 4S Elite Gold is priced at $9.4 million
Most people wouldn’t spend $9000 on a mobile phone, let alone $9.4 million, but if you fancy getting your hands on the iPhone 4S Elite Gold, then that’s exactly what it will cost you. Designed by Stuart Hughes, this luxurious smartphone has 500 diamonds around the edge, 53 diamonds are featured in the logo, an 8.6 carat diamond has replaced the ‘Home’ button, and it even comes with a spare 7.6 carat diamond button in case you lose the other one. The rear panel on the phone contains 24 karat gold, too. To top it all off, the box the device is housed in contains polished pieces of Tyrannosaurus Rex bone.
The Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond costs a staggering $48.5 million<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>1. The worlds most expensive phone is the Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond Edition, costing an unbelievable $48.5 million<br><br>The Falcon Supernova is a customised iPhone 6, introduced in 2004 that’s covered in twenty-four-carat gold and decorated with one massive pink diamond, <a href=”https://t.co/bmy14vPcJC”>pic.twitter.com/bmy14vPcJC</a></p>— Kaydeyjkj (@kaydeyofficial) <a href=”https://twitter.com/kaydeyofficial/status/1273846207207690240?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>June 19, 2020</a></blockquote> <script async src=”https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js” charset=“utf-8″></script>
The most pricey device on the list and the most expensive phone ever, the Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond oozes opulence. Worth a ridiculous $48.5 million, it comes with a number of high-end features that separate it out from the competition, including a 24 karat gold exterior and a huge pink diamond in the back of the phone.