Posted March 19, 2012 by Ved Prakash Joshi in Features

World’s Top 5 Most Expensive Phones

Everyone in this world just loves buying smartphones. Smartphone is the necessity of this modern era, if you don’t have a smartphone you won’t be able to keep up with the pace of this fast moving world. The most important thing which everyone considers while purchasing a smartphone is its price. Some of us like the valuation of the phone but some of us totally stand against it. But have you ever thought about the choice of the billionaires? Well, when they go to the market, they don’t consider features, they consider the price and they want the best of it. So for people who are interested in the billionaire’s way of living and of course of billionaires themselves, we have brought to you the list of world’s top 5 most expensive phones.

Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme

Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme Worlds Top 5 Most Expensive Phones

Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme is world’s most expensive smartphone priced at $3.2Million. The price seems quite large for a smartphone but check out what makes it so costly! Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme is composed of 271grams of 22carat pure gold. It also has more than 200diamonds embedded on its body. The home button itself is composed of a single 7.1carat diamond. The Apple logo at the back of the phone alone consists of more than 53gems. Its chest is carved out of granite.

GoldVish Le Million

GoldVish Le Million mobile phone Worlds Top 5 Most Expensive Phones

GoldVish Le Million is world’s second most expensive phone, unveiled in 2008. GoldVish Le Million is price at $1.3Million. GoldVish Le Million even got the Guinness World Records in 2008 for its uniqueness. This phone has VVS1 diamonds and 18 carat white gold. Although the price is so high but the features of this phone are quite same as that of any other standard smartphone. This phone has got 2GB internal memory, FM, Digital Camera, etc.

Diamond Crypto Smartphone

Smartphone Diamond Crypto  Worlds Top 5 Most Expensive Phones

Diamond Crypto Smartphone too is priced at the same price at which GoldVish Le Million is priced i.e. $1.3Million. This phone is cased in a platinum box and has around 50 diamonds, out of which 8 are rare blue diamonds. This phone’s navigation key and the company’s logo are made of 18carat rose gold. The features too are quite similar to that of a standard smartphone.

Vertu Signature Cobra

Vertu Signature Cobra smartphone Worlds Top 5 Most Expensive Phones

Vertu Signature Cobra has amazing looks, specially the cobra design. This phone is manufactured by a French jewelry company named as Boucheron. Till now, only 8 units of this smartphones are produced which makes it one of the rarest. The phone has 2 pear shape cut diamonds, 439 rubies, a single round diamond. This phone is created from 21carats of gold and diamonds. This phone is priced at $310,000.

VIPN Black Diamond Smartphone

VIPN Black Diamond mobile phone Worlds Top 5 Most Expensive Phones

VIPN Black Diamond Smartphone has a revolutionary design. VIPN Black Diamond Smartphone was designed by Jaren Goh. Whole body of VIPN Black Diamond Smartphone is made from titan and polycarbonate. The phone has diamonds too. VIPN Black Diamond Smartphone has got features like an intel 400MHz processor, 4MP primary camera with 256K color support. VIPN Black Diamond Smartphone is priced $300,000.

Author’s Bio : Arjun Singh is a young energetic blogger from Jammu. He loves to write about Gadget Prices and Gadget Reviews

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Ved Prakash Joshi

'Ved Prakash Joshi' is an Internet Marketing Professional. Running an IT Company in Delhi - India. He is a Blogger Also, Having several Blogs based on Technology, Entertainment and Latest Updates. He was 'Executive Editor' of TechClap.com and writes about Gadgets and Apps.