Top 10 Most Expensive Phones in the World: Prices and Descriptions

The most expensive phone in the world in 2022

Only Apple is releasing phones that can compete with the most costly mobile devices on the market. Due to their rarity and high price in US dollars, only the wealthy can buy these gadgets. This list of the most expensive mobile devices in the world in 2022 includes a number of devices made in the United States.

10. Goldvish Revolution – $488,150

One of the top 10 most expensive smartphones in the world is the Goldvish Revolution. Frédéric Jouvenot, a Swiss watchmaker, created it. The phone is made of 18ct white and rose gold and covered in 32ct of VVS-graded diamonds. One Goldvish Revolution phone took more than three months to make, and just nine were made sales in 2014.

Type Bar (classic)Top 10 most expensive phones in the world
Dimensions 114.00 x 58.00 x 18.00 mm
Weight 195g
Display Color/TFT, 256k colours, 176 x 220px (2.20″)
Battery Li-Ion
Phonebook memory 500 places
Internal memory 2 GB
Photo matrix 2 Mpx
Resolution 1600×1200 px
WAP Available
GPRS Available
EDGE Available
USB v2.0
Bluetooth v2.0
Radio Available
MP3 Available
Polyphony 64 voices
Java MIDP 2.1
Other features Calculator, Stopwatch, Countdown timer, Screensaver, Calendar, Organizer, World clock, Alarm

9. Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot – $1 million

One of the most expensive smartphones in the world is the Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot. In 2010, Gresso, a Swiss manufacturer of high-end mobile phones and accessories, unveiled this device.

Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot’s front portion is made up of 45.5k diamonds, while the back is made up of 200-year-old African Backwood. 17 hand polished and 32 K-weighted sapphires with laser etching make up the phone’s keypad. There were just three Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot machines made.

Case type Classic
Control Navigational key
SIM-card type Regular
SIM-card slot 1
Weight 120g
Width / Height / Thickness 47 mm x 116 mm x 16 mm
Screen size 320×240
Screen type Colored TFT, 262.14k colours
Tune type 64 voice polyphony
Vibrocall Available
Rear camera 2 MP
Audio FM-radio
Dictaphone Available
Java applications Available
WAP, GPRS, EDGE Available
GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900
Wi-Fi Enabled
Bluetooth 2.0
Built-in Memory 30 MB
Memory card slot 1
Battery type Li-Ion
Battery capacity 860 mAh
Speakerphone (built-in speaker) Available
Control Voice typing

8. Goldvish Le Million – $1 million

One of the top 10 cell phones made of incredibly expensive materials is the Goldvish Le Million. The device was made by hand by Emmanuel Gueit, who unveiled it in 2006 at the Millionaire Fair in Cannes.

It is covered in 120k worth of diamonds and 18k white gold. The 350-gram Goldvish Le Million has a cutting-edge dynamic TFT display. The phone, which cost a million euros when it was first released, was recognized as the priciest and most exclusive mobile device by the Guinness Book of World Records.

Case type Classic
Control Navigational key
SIM-card type Regular
SIM-card slot 1
Weight 198g
Width / Height / Thickness 46 mm x 110 mm x 17 mm
Screen size 220×176
Screen type Colored TFT, 262.14k colors
Tune type Polyphony, MP3-tunes
Vibrocall Available
Rear camera Digital Zoom 8x
Audio MP3, stereo speakers, FM-radio
Video recording Available
Dictaphone Available
WAP, GPRS, EDGE Available
GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900
Wi-Fi Enabled
Memory card slot 1 (up to 2 GB)
Battery type Li-Ion
Battery capacity 950 mAh

7. Diamond Crypto smartphone – $1.3 million

The Diamond Crypto mobile was created by Peter Aloisson and manufactured in Moscow by JSC Ancort. The phone was first available in 2006. It is made of 50 diamonds, 10 of which are blue, and solid platinum.

The navigation key, which is surrounded by 28 cut diamonds, has 18 carats of rose gold with the Ancort emblem engraved on it. In addition, 25.5 princess-cut diamonds are used to adorn the phone’s sides. This pricy gadget is also well-known for its crazy encryption technologies.

Dimensions 115 mm x 53 mm x 24 mm
Display 2.2 inches
Memory 64 MB
Battery Li-Polymer
Connectivity USB
Encryption Encrypted voice and SMS communication
Operating system Windows CE
Processor Motorola MX21

6. iPhone 3G King’s Button – $2 million

Peter Aloisson, an Austrian jeweler, created the sixth-best phone in the entire globe. The Apple phone is constructed entirely of 18-carat yellow, white, and rose gold. Additionally, it includes a white gold line that is covered in 138 top-quality brilliant-cut diamonds.

5. Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme Rose – $2.4 million

One of the top five most expensive smartphones in the world is the Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme. For an Australian businessman, it was created in Liverpool by designer Stuart Hughes. The navigation button on the phone includes a rare 7.1-carat diamond, while the body is made of 22K gold.

The device’s bezel is fashioned by hand with platinum and 130 stones totaling 97.5ct of 75k flawless diamonds. In addition, Stuart put 7 kg of stone on the packaging box and lined it with nubuck leather. Making this 32 GB Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme took him eleven months. £1,930,000 ($2.4 million) is the price.

4. Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition – $6.2 million

Another high-end phone created by Stuart Hughes is the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition. It is one of the most expensive diamond phones available anywhere.

The phone is kept inside a 7 kg chest made of a single Imperial Pink granite block that is lined with Nubuck leather. About 500 perfect rose gold diamonds totaling 100 carats are manually set into the bezel, and 53 diamonds and a rose gold Apple emblem are set into the back part.

A single-cut 7.4ct pink diamond (53 stones) and a rare 8ct single-cut diamond are set into the main navigation, which is constructed of platinum (which can replace the pink one). These 32GB iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition phones were only produced in two units. Currently, the phone is valued at £5,000,000 ($6.2 million).

3. Stuart Hughes iPhone 4s Elite Gold – $7.4 million

Another Stuart Hughes-designed Apple device comes in third on the list of most costly mobile devices ever. With over 100ct of about 500 unique, perfect diamonds, the bezel was handcrafted from a rose.

With the addition of its 24ct gold Apple logo and 53 diamonds, the iPhone 4S Elite Gold’s back is made of 24ct gold. The device is also decorated with dinosaur bones, which enhances its appeal. One of the two manufactured units of this phone costs £6,000,000 ($7.4 million).

2. Black Diamond iPhone 5 – $15.3 million

Infinite Black Diamond Because it has gold, precious stones, and an expensive black diamond on the home button, the iPhone 5 is the second most expensive phone in the world. This most costly Apple phone ever created was designed by Stuart Hughes. Joe, a Hong Kong businessman, worked on the device for nine weeks.

The home button is a single deep-cut 26 ct black diamond, and the chassis is made entirely of solid gold. The screen is made of sapphire glass, while the Apple emblem is made up of 53 perfect diamonds. 600 perfect white diamonds and 135 grams of 24-karat gold trimming are also included in the gadget.

Length 4 inches
Display 326 ppi Retina display, 1136 x 640 pixels
GPRS Enabled
EDGE Available
EV-DO Available
HSPA+ Available
DC-HSDPA Available
LTE Available
Wi-Fi Enabled
GPS Enabled
Bluetooth Enabled
Resolution 1136 X 640 pixels
Processor A6X dual-core processor
Rear camera 8 megapixel
Front Camera 720p
Video recording 1080p HD
Internal storage 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB
Memory expansion 3Non-expandable
Battery 1,440mAh Li-Ion

1. Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond – $48.5 million

The most expensive phone in the world in 2022 is the Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond. The device is made of 24-karat gold, platinum, and rose gold and features a sizable pink diamond on the back. Along with a selfie camera and a primary camera, it also includes flashlights on both sides.

The phone offers a close to top-notch experience despite not having the most modern hardware. This $48.5 million device was created by the US luxury firm Falcon for Nita Ambani (the wife of Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani).

The Orange and Blue iPhone 6 versions, which are less expensive, cost $42.5 million and $32.5 million, respectively. Even so, not everyone can afford the greatest phones available.

Height 4.7 inches
Colors 24-karat gold, Rose Gold, and Platinum
Sim slot 1, 4G LTE
Screen resolution 750 x 1334 pixels
Primary camera 8 megapixels
Processor 1.4GHz Dual-core
GPU performance VR GX6450
Internal memory 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB
RAM 1GB (can not be extended)
Bluetooth V 4.0
Connectivity USB, GPS, NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Battery 1810 mAh Li-Po, non-removable



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