Check Out the Most Expensive Smart Phones
We don’t mean a couple of hundreds of dollars or pounds, or yens, or rupees…. We talk about at least 4 digits here. And what makes these smarts phones so expensive when a cell phone, especially the smart ones are so available today? Well, their diamonds and gold.
1 Savelli Jardin Secret
This phones price starts from $9000 and goes up until it makes the customers gasp. The design as you can see was made for women by the jewelry maker Savelli who has launched a line of high-end phones specifically for the ladies. Consisting of 12 luxuriously named Android smartphones, the Jardin Secret collection will blind you. The company incorporates all manner of ritzy materials into the design, including iguana leather, 18-karat gold, ceramic and, of course, diamonds. One of the phones in this series called Champagne Diamonds, features 395 white and cognac diamonds, 18k rose gold, ceramic and satin.
2 Gresso Radical Black R1
This one is a bit “cheaper” than the first one, but it price starts from $2500. This is the company’s latest luxury smartphone named as the Radical Black R1. Like most luxurious items it was made in a limited edition series with only 100 units. Gresso’s understated design shows that sometimes, less is more. The Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) smartphone chassis is made from sleek aerospace-grade black titanium with an white titanium inlet of the company’s logo. Rounding out the expensive frame is a 4.5-inch 940 x 540 display, a 1.2-GHz quad-core processor, 36GB of storage and a pair of SIM card slots.
3 Mobiado Professional 3 AF
Start price $1600. The third entry in Mobiado’s Professional line, the 3 AF will catch your attention. The aircraft-grade aluminum frame is beautiful, but the vertical machined grooves combined with Mobiado’s trademark stainless steel buttons give the device pretty royal and strict look. As with most luxury smartphones, the Professional 3 AF has a sapphire crystal display and dual-SIM capability.
4 Black Diamond iPhone
Are you ready for the price? $15,867,000. Yes, it is correct. Not that the regular iPhone is the cheapest smart phone at the market but definitely the Black Diamond beats every possible price you have seen so far. As you are already guessing, this phone is sequined with nothing else but diamonds. Created by Stuart Hughes, the phone features a solid gold chassis with 600 flawless white diamonds lining the edges. However, it’s the 26k black diamond acting as the phone’s home button that is this smartphone’s claim to fame. Siri probably looks like a royalty draped in diamonds.
5 Tonino Lamborgini Antares
This one, compared to the Black Diamond iPhone has rather “normal” price of “only” $4000. Tonino Lamborghini’s life style brand is all about effortless luxury with a healthy dollop of joie de vivre. The company’s latest smartphone, the Antares, doesn’t incorporate jewels into its design, but relies strictly on strong, powerful lines with thoughtful accents to draw the eys – much like the famous car. The smartphone has a 0.53-inch stainless steel-and-leather chassis with a 4-inch Gorilla Glass display. The Android 4.2 device is powered by a 1.5-GHz quad-core CPU, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The phone also features a Yamaha audio amplifier for those who like their phones to sound as good as they look.
6 Vertu Signature Touch
Initial price $10,300. This is a luxury phone made for those Android aficionados. Its gorgeous, yet durable titanium casing with a sumptuous hand-stitched genuine leather rear panel is meant to be unique and outstanding. This smartphone is outfitted with Android 4.4 (KitKat), a 2.3-GHz quad core Snapdragon 801 processor with 64GB of storage, a 4.7-inch 1080p sapphire crystal display, LTE and NFC with wireless charging capabilities. The phone’s also packing a 13 megapixel Hasselblad camera and Bang & Olufsen speakers with Dolby Digital Plus Surround Sound technology.
7 Tag Heuer Meridiist 2
This phone has “reasonable” price of $5,305 and for the price you will get elegance and smart phone in one. The renowned watchmaker has once again taken its considerable talents to the smartphone, merging a stainless steel frame with a rear panel that implements gold, rubber and diamonds to captivating effect. The dual-SIM device’s sapphire 240 x 360 display is rather puny at 2.4 inches, but the company added a small watch face along the top of the phone to compensate. Meridiist 2 comes with Tag Heuer’s round-the-clock exclusive concierge service to ensure you get the best seats in the house no matter where you go.