London, A British company has unveiled the world’s most expensive mobile phone a gold iPhone encrusted with nearly 200 diamonds that retails at a hefty 1.92 million pounds, or Rs. 14.7 crore.
The phone, designed by Stuart Hughes for the Liverpool based Goldstriker International, is made from 22 carat gold. The phone, which took over ten months to make, comprises an array of luxurious features including; 22 carat solid gold casing, 136 diamonds in the front bezel and an Apple logo made out of no less than 53 diamonds. For the finishing touch, the phone’s front button is comprised of a diamond of more than seven carats.
For the ultimate in iPhone accessories, the diamond studded mobile comes complete with a chest of granit and Kashmir gold, lined with nubuck leather.
It is reported that the diamond creation has been commissioned by an anonymous Australian businessman.