The World’s Most Expensive Mobile Phone: iPhone 3GS Supreme

Goldstriker International, a company which specializes in dipping mobile phones in gold and platinum, appears to have snatched the title of world’s most expensive mobile phone from the iPhone 3G King’s Button with the creation of the iPhone 3GS Supreme.

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Goldstriker International, a company which specializes in dipping mobile phones in gold and platinum, appears to have snatched the title of the world’s most expensive mobile phone with the creation of the iPhone 3Gs Supreme. Priced at £1.92 million (approx. $3.14 USD Millions) this is one phone you definitely wouldn’t want to leave on a bus.

The world’s most expensive mobile phone was designed by Stuart Hughes of Liverpool, England and was ten months in the making. The whole casing was created with 271 grams of 22ct solid gold, while the front bezel houses 136 flawless diamonds, which total to a massive 68cts. The rear logo in solid gold has 53 flawless diamonds amounting to 1ct and the front navigation button is home to a single cut very rare diamond at 7.1cts.

Before you go reaching for your Titanium credit card, you should know the iPhone 3GS Supreme was commissioned by an anonymous Australian businessman from the gold mining industry, who is obviously benefiting nicely from the current soaring gold price thank you very much. If you want something similar you’ll just have to contact Goldstriker International and commission your own. [Goldstriker International via Coolest-Gadgets]

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