May 22

Cell Phone Swag – The most expensive cell phones in the world!

In Dubai, Switzerland, Macau and other playgrounds of those who have – (and they have lots).  There’s a niche market of super expensive cell phones that are  always available for the discerning mobile buyer.  The phones are Gorgeous, Gaudy, Bespoke,  and in some cases rather plain – but never inexpensive.  If you happen to be strolling past a retailer  on your transcontinental jaunt  here are a few models you might be interested in.

 BlackBerry Porsche Design P’9981 : $2,200

The BlackBerry Porsche design phone has full functionalities of a high end business gadget combined with the luxury of the name of one of the most expensive and luxurious cars in history.  Quite sleek actually.  Not bad for under $2,500.


Vertu Constellation Quest Ferrari : $8,400


This is a luxury smartphone made from polished stainless steel that makes it sturdy – just like the Ferrari car.  It  boasts polished black ceramic and  sapphire crystal materials used to make the handset.



Ulysee Nardin Chairman Diamond : $30,000-$50,000



Ulysee Nardin are  more known for their luxury watches than phones – but enter the Ulysee Nardin Chairman Diamond. The Chairman is the world’s most expensive Android smartphone  and the watch company has added some of their trademark timepiece stylings.  The volume keys and they crown are taken from the side of a watch, as is the transparent  kinetic rotator on the rear. The crown can be wound to power the device… Awesome!


Nokia Supreme: $160,000

Pretty in Pink. The Nokia Supreme is not a high end phone as far as performance but its high price comes from 83 grams of pure platinum and 1225 3 carat pink diamonds.  Nuff said.




  Diamond BlackBerry Amosu Curva: $ 195,000


Alexander Amosu’s a bespoke cell phone designer based in the UK. He made 3 of these super bling-y Blackberries. The Amosu Curva features 18 carat gold and about 4,599 brilliantly cut diamonds. You can find his other bespoke designs at this address www.amosu.co.uk


Vertu Signature Cobra : $310,000


This has to be my second favorite phone in the lot.  The Boucheron designed Vertu (Nokia)  Signature Cobra  one pear-cut diamond, one round white diamond, two emerald eyes and 439 rubies. You know the girl that has it all?  Bet she doesn’t have this!


 Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot: $1 Million

Gresso designed and manufactured, the Luxor Las Vegas from 180 grams of pure Gold and has 455.5 karats of black diamonds embedded in the bezel.  The rear of the phone has an African blackwood insert. Each key is cut from a sapphire crystal.  Lots of details, Lots of $$$.


6. GoldVish ‘Le Million’ : $1.36 Million


This masterpiece is only available on special request.  It boasts  120 carats diamonds and 140 grams of solid gold.  Also available in yellow gold, just in case  the white’s not really you.



Stuart Hughes’ Iphone 4 – Diamond Rose Gold Edition: $8 million

This $8 million Iphone 4 is hands down the winner of the lot.   Behold the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition.  Stuart Hughes has created a masterpiece, using rose gold and pink diamonds.  The iphone 4’s antenna band is adorned with 100 carats of flawless diamonds, and the Apple logo is formed with fifty-three more diamonds. The backplate is pure Rose gold, and the homehe home button is made of platinum and features a rare 7.4-carat pink diamond.  The best part of this phone is  it also comes with an 8 carat flawless diamond home button, which can be used in place of the pink one.  A definite plus.  If you know of anyone that has one – drop us a line or send us a pic! we’ll be sure to post it, and as always if you need one of these unlocked hop over to mobilelizard.com for our unlocking service.

If you are looking for a Bespoke cell phone – here are some of the best in the business:


Stuart Hughes





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