World’s 10 most expensive smartphones

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Mobile phones are the major requirement in our day to day life. With the evolution of technology, mobile phones
have taken the form of smartphones which are capable of performing several tasks, thus replacing several other gadgets.
For epicureans around the world, several companies have come forward to offer some luxurious smartphones made up of precious
metals, gem stones, exotic skins, prehistoric materials and others.

These 10 smartphones are produced in limited editions:

10. Mobiado Grand Touch Executive Marble – $3,100

As the name suggests, Mobiado Grand Touch EM Marble is said to have been crafted from stone.
The finish options of Mobiado include Burl, Cocobolo, Ebony and Granite.
As for hardware specifications, there’s 4.65 inch display with S-AMOLED capacitive touchscreen boasting of 16M colours.
Packs 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage and 5 megapixel camera with LED flash. It uses Android OS.
Connectivity options are GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP and microUSB v2.0 port.

9. Gresso Regal Gold – $6,100

Called Gresso Regal Gold, its case is made of golden PVD-coated titanium. Regal Gold smartphone runs on 1.5 GHz quad-core processor and is powered by Android operating system.
It boasts of a 5-inch 1080p display with Gorilla Glass, a 13MP rear camera with LED flash and a 5MP front camera. There’s 2GB of RAM and 32GB storage.

8. Goldvish Eclipse – $7,688

The handmade smartphone sports exotic leather and a framework of precious metals. The phone comes with a scratch-resistant 5.5 inch capacitive touchscreen, Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and runs on Android operating system.
There’s 13MP primary camera with 6 lenses to avoid distortion and color aberration, dual-LED Flash, f/2.0 apperture, 5MP distortion-free front camera (1080p@30fps) and 4K resolution video with stereo recording.

7. Sirin Solarin – $14,000

Earlier this year, Israeli startup Sirin Labs launched one of the world’s most expensive Android smartphones.
Called Solarin, the smartphone has been dubbed as the ‘Rolls Royce of smartphones’.
It is covered with leather back, available of gold too.
The smartphone promises military-grade encryption technology to protect users’ calls and messages.

6. Vertu New Signature Touch for Bentley – $14,200

The Signature boasts a powerful 21 megapixel camera which can capture 4K video. It has a crystal clear 5.2 inch sapphire glass screen. Like other luxury smartphone brands, it has a 24 hour concierge and lost phone service
and runs on Android 5.1. The smartphone has a solid look with red-gold features for the volume control keys, power key, pillow trim, screws and back plate rails. The sides and back are made up of Titanium and are finely brushed and polished for an elegant finish.

5. Aston Martin Racing 808 – $24,000

The Racing 808 smartphone is their first solo venture into the market. This phone has a slick and modern design.
It has a Snapdragon 801 processor and a 720p 4.7 inch display. The front camera is 13 megapixels.

4. Dior Reverie Haute Couture – $102,122

Dior Reveries Haute Couture smartphone was very limitedly produced in 2013.
The back and sides of this device were inlaid with a gigantic 1,539 diamonds as well as 46 pieces of pearls.

3. Black Diamond VIPN – $300,000

The phone made in Singapore Malaysia by Jaren Goh for a special client in 2006.It is a windows phone, by installing two diamonds one on the Navigation button and second on the back of the phone. It features mirror detailing, polycarbonate mirror and an organic LED technology.

2. Goldvish Le Million – 1.3 million

Goldvish Le Million is the fourth world’s most expensive smartphone in a first introduced Phone at 2006 which is released in Switzerland.
The Goldvish Le Million is designed by Emmanuel Gueit. The smartphone is made of 18 karat white gold and 120 Carats White Diamonds.

1. Black Diamond iPhone 5 – 15.3 Million

Black Diamond iPhone is basically an iPhone 5 covered in gold, gems and a super-expensive black diamond.