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You can't find them in stores: which smartphones cost from a million dollars

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun30,2024

You can't find them in stores: which smartphones cost from a million dollars

There are smartphones in the world for true connoisseurs of exclusivity that cannot be found in stores

In a world where technologies are developing rapidly, smartphones have become an integral part of our lives. However, some of these gadgets have gone beyond ordinary use and have become true symbols of luxury and extravagance.

About whether the phone can cost more than a million dollars, the editors of the News Pro website tell.

Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond

Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond – it is the most expensive smartphone in the world. Its value reaches an incredible 48.5 million dollars.

It is custom made and introduced in 2014. The smartphone is also platinum-plated and equipped with anti-hacking technology that protects the owner's information from unwanted prying eyes.

The smartphone is decorated with a large pink diamond on the back and is made of 24-karat gold.

This is a one-of-a-kind specimen created in very limited quantities.

Stuart Hughes iPhone 4s Elite Gold

Stuart Hughes, known for his extravagant designs, has created the iPhone 4s Elite Gold, which costs 9.4 million dollars.

This phone is made of 500 diamonds totaling more than 100 carats, and its back panel – in 24 carat gold.

In addition, the Apple logo is encrusted with 53 diamonds, and the home button is decorated with a large 8.6 carat diamond.

Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition

Another masterpiece from Stuart Hughes, the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition costs 8 million dollars.

A total of two such smartphones were created, each of which was made to order.

The phone case is decorated with 500 diamonds, and the Apple logo – 53 diamonds. The central home button is made in the form of a large pink diamond weighing 7.4 carats.

Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme

This luxury smartphone was created by Stuart Hughes in collaboration with Goldstriker. The price of this phone is 3.2 million dollars.

Its body is made of 271 grams of pure 22 carat gold and decorated with 200 diamonds. Home button – it's a 7.1 carat diamond and the Apple logo is encrusted with 53 diamonds.

iPhone 3G Kings Button

Designer Peter Aloisson created the iPhone 3G Kings Button, which costs $2.5 million.

This phone is made of yellow, white and rose gold. The white gold band that frames the phone is set with 138 diamonds. The central button is decorated with a large diamond weighing 6.6 carats.

Diamond Crypto Smartphone

Diamond Crypto Smartphone, created by JSC Ancort and designer Aloisson, costs 1.3 million dollars.

The body of the phone is made of platinum, and the logo and home button – from rose gold. The phone is decorated with 50 diamonds, including 10 rare blue diamonds. The wooden inserts are made of rare Makassar ebony wood.

In addition to the luxurious design, the phone has a high level of data encryption to protect the owner's personal information.

Goldvish Le Million

< p>Goldvish Le Million – it is a phone that was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most expensive phone in the world at the time of its release. Its price is 1 million dollars.

It is made of 18 carat white gold and decorated with 120 carats of diamonds. A total of three such phones were produced, making it an extremely rare and valuable collector's item.

Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot

Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot – it is a phone whose body is made of gold and decorated with black diamonds. Such a smartphone is worth 1 million dollars.

The back panel of the phone is made of wood that is more than 200 years old. The keyboard is made of sapphires, hand-polished and laser-mounted. The Gresso logo is also made of gold, which adds additional value to the phone.

These luxury smartphones are not just communication devices, but real works of art, created for those who value exclusivity and luxury. They not only impress with their design, but also have great value due to the use of precious metals and stones.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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