1. Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond
The most expensive phone in the world in 2022 is a Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond made by the American luxury company Falcon. The Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond Edition retails for an astounding $48.5 million. The phone is a customized iPhone 6 that was first released in 2004. Its back is embellished with one enormous pink diamond and is coated in twenty-four-carat gold.
Also, it has a platinum coating and hack-prevention technology to protect the owner’s information from unauthorized eyes. If you can’t afford the iPhone 6, Pink Diamond, Falcon has made it simpler for you to get the one with an orange diamond and a blue diamond for $42.5 million and $32.5 million, respectively. Even though it’s not the most attractive phone on the list, it deserves praise for being the most expensive phone in the world.
2. iPhone 4s Elite Gold
The second most expensive phone in the world is still made by Stuart Hughes when it comes to luxury. The iPhone 4s Elite Gold is the second priciest phone in the world, costing $9.4 million. The phone in question is Stuart Hughes’ most costly model to date. In his opinion, it is his most notable accomplishment.
With almost 500 unique flawless diamonds totalling up to 100ct set into the iPhone 4s Elite Gold, which was also constructed of rose gold, the pricey feature helped it land among the top ten most expensive smartphones in the world. With the addition of its 24-karat gold Apple logo and 53 diamonds, the rear of this pricey phone is made of 24 ct gold. It is a limited edition of just two units ever produced and features 64GB of memory.
3. iPhone 4Diamond Rose Edition
Third most expensive smartphone in the world is the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition. Only two phones, each totally customised for its user, have been produced so far in order to maintain exclusivity. A total of 500 carats of diamonds are set in the phone, which is made of solid rose gold. Fifty-three diamonds are used to adorn the Apple emblem. The home button is crafted from a single-cut, 7.4-carat pink diamond, much like the buttons on the first two phones on our list. If packaging is important to you, you’ll be happy to learn that $8 million will also bring you a solid granite presentation box, similar to the Goldstriker Supreme and Kings Button.
4. Gold Striker iPhone 3GS Supreme
The Goldstriker 3GS Supreme is comparable to the 3G Kings Button in many ways but has more carats. The phone, another great invention by Stuart Hughes, weighs 270 grams and is composed of 22-karat gold. A total of 136 diamonds are set into the iPhone’s bezel, and 53 diamonds are in the Apple logo on the back of the device.
The Gold Striker likewise features a single-cut diamond for a home button, but this one is a massive 7.1 carats, comparable to the King’s Button. If the phone itself doesn’t convince you, perhaps its package and presentation will! The solid granite box that comes with a Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme is constructed from one piece of granite and is adorned with top-grain leather and Kashmir gold.
5. iPhone 3G Kings Button
Another most expensive phone in the world that comes on no 5 is the iPhone 3G Kings Button. The straightforward yet pricey iPhone 3G Kings Button was created by Austrian jeweller Peter Alisson. The Kings Button on the iPhone 3G is solid 18-carat gold, available in yellow, white, and rose gold. It is one of the top ten most expensive phones in the world. The phone’s circular body is covered with a sparkling pattern made up of 138 brilliant-cut diamonds. Additionally, it has a 6.6-carat diamond in its home button, which draws much attention to the phone.