Top Most Expensive Android Smartphones And Their Prices.

Top Most Expensive Android Smartphones And Their Prices.

If you are a mobile phone enthusiast, you probably already know some expensive phones out there, especially expensive iPhones or Samsung phones because updated versions of these phones are usually launched with so much fanfare. However, it will interest you to know that the most expensive phones are not usually as loudly launched because they are not used by the rich, but the extremely wealthy folks. These phones are not only unique but a good number are limited. Are you getting curious? Well, not to worry, we have listed some of the most expensive Android Smartphones for you; many of them are quite interesting.

Diamond Crypto Smartphone ($1.3 million)

This phone was manufactured by a Russian company, JSC Ancort and designed by an Australian jeweller, Peter Aloisson. The phone features 50 diamonds, 10 of which are blue. It was completely created with platinum except for the Ancort logo and the navigation key, both of which were made using 18-carat gold, while the sides were done using Macassar ebony wood. Besides the fine metals that the phone was manufactured with, it is famous for its encryption technology, which guarantees the protection of all the data in the device.

Goldvish – Le Million ($1.14 million)

We are probably not alone thinking about the fact that the name of the device carries million; that is probably the first sign that the phone is worth a lot. Designed by Emmanuel Gueit, who was said to have handcrafted it, this device is made of 18-carat white gold, encrusted with 120-carats of VVS-1 graded diamonds and it weighs 350 grams. First announced in 2006 at the Millionaire Fair in Cannes, this phone is so unique, the designer only designed three pieces.

Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot ($1 million)

Produced by a Swiss company, Gresso, this device was launched in 2010. Like other most expensive Android Smartphones on this list, this phone also boasts of being created with expensive metals. It was designed using 45.5-carat black diamonds at the front and 200-year-old African Blackwood at the back. The keypads were made using manually-polished and laser-etched sapphires weighing 32K, and the remaining device is made up of Gold. Like the Golvish – Le Million, only three of this phone was produced, with each carrying a unique number engraved at the back.

Goldvish Revolution ($488,150)

Designed by Swiss Watchmaker, Frédéric Jouvenot, this device was crafted with 18-carat white gold and rose gold. The phone was also studded with 32-carat of VVS graded diamonds. There is so much that goes into the manufacturing of each Goldvish Revolution phone that it takes more than three months to complete each. The device is also limited as only nine of the model were available as of 2014.

Vertu Signature Cobra ($360,000)

Released around 2018, the snake signature on this device was designed using 439 rubies and two emeralds. The cobra was designed by Boucheron, the French jewellery company. The device was also created to be limited as only 8 pieces were manufactured.

Black Diamond VIPN ($300,000)

All the phones listed in this article are unique but this device stands out because the diamonds used in creating the phone are replaceable and can be removed to use as everyday jewellery. The phone is a product of a revised Sony Ericsson's design done by Jaren Goh. Two diamonds are attached to this device, one at back and one at front. The manufacturer only created 5 pieces of the Black Diamond VIPN.

Savelli Emerald Insane ($185,000)

Created “exclusively for women”, this device was created using 18-carat white gold, 75 baguette-cut emeralds, and 900 brilliant-cut diamonds. Due to the target audience, it has a feminine and out-of-the-box design. Only 8 pieces of this phone were produced.
Looking through this list, we will see that what the most expensive Android Smartphones have in common is the expensive materials used in creating them and how limited they are. What did you find interesting about these phones? Let us know in the comment section; we would love to hear your thoughts.