The Most Expensive Phone in the World in 2024

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Smartphones have become more than mere communication devices; they are symbols of prestige and luxury. Crafted with precious metals like platinum or palladium and embellished with diamonds or exotic leather materials, smartphones represent both status and luxury.

This phone combines several historical elements into its design. These include a Muonionalusta meteorite, Tyrannosaurus tooth and Mammoth teeth – creating an exceptional phone.

1. Goldvish Le Million

The Goldvish Le Million smartphone stands as an impressive symbol of luxury and excess. Crafted from white 18-carat gold and boasting an astounding 120-carat diamond setting, it also includes 46 mother-of-pearls as well as an Apple logo made in gold.

This phone is ideal for those who want to make an impression or show off their wealth. Customizable with various gemstones, it comes with a black crocodile leather case, features powerful camera capabilities for photos and videos captured with powerful zoom, Face ID security protection, MagSafe charging support and many other cool extras that show it is built for luxury and sophistication.

Guinness Book of Records recognizes this luxury smartphone from 2006 as the world’s most costly phone ever created, designed by Peter Aloisson and manufactured by JSC Ancort. Encrusted with 50 diamonds – including 10 rare blue ones!- set into solid platinum frames. Additionally, 18-carat rose gold navigation keys and logo feature, as do hand polished Macassar ebony accents on its sides – these features help protect its user against kidnapping, technological blackmail and financial extortion threats. Powerful encryption technologies help protect users against kidnapping, technological blackmail or financial extortion attempts by attackers.

2. Vertu Signature Cobra

With their luxurious materials and intricate designs, luxury phones have become more than mere communication devices; they have become symbols of wealth and status; embellished with precious stones or rare leathers to turn them into works of art.

Caviar Parade Of The Planets 18K stands out among the world’s most expensive phones with its exclusive back design engraved with planets and as a limited collector’s item – only 8 devices exist worldwide! Created by Falcon Luxury, this phone exudes extravagance in both pink gold and platinum versions; equipped with both 8MP rear camera as well as 1.2MP front-facing low light camera for improved photography experience.

Those with the means can invest in the Vertu Signature Cobra, which costs more than $360K and features a gold-plated body covered in white diamonds, emeralds and rubies – an exclusive device hand assembled in Britain for an artisanal touch. You can find it available via a Chinese online retailer but first they require a down payment of 1000 Yuan ($145).


As our economy suffers, luxury phone maker Vertu’s launch of smartphones that top out at around $40k seems oddly timed – especially since some models feature diamonds.

The METAVERTU II from this company boasts five rare blue diamonds set into a ring encased in Himalaya alligator leather, 18K gold, and more diamonds for extra security – it even comes equipped with its own app that helps safeguard user data!

This luxurious phone designed by Emmanuel Gueit made headlines and was listed in the Guinness World Records as the most expensive device ever. Coated with gold, and featuring 120 carats of VVS-1 graded diamonds. Additionally, this beauty boasts a 5.1-inch display screen, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, and 512GB storage.

This smartphone, handcrafted from gold by Stuart Hughes and featuring historical elements like a Muonionalusta meteorite and Tyrannosaurus tooth, costs an exorbitant price tag of $1,05,210. Furthermore, 53 additional diamonds adorn its body. Finally, its home is an elegant granite box which was hand-made especially for it.

4. Falcon Supernova

The Falcon Supernova smartphone from New York-based company FALCON specializes in customizing mobile devices using precious metals and gemstones, making it one of the world’s most expensive mobile devices at approximately $1.3 million. Adorned with 50 diamonds including rare blue ones as well as rose gold home button and logo, its sides made of hand-polished Macassar ebony for hand polishing, as well as powerful encryption technology allegedly protecting users against digital kidnapping, technological blackmail or financial extortion.

This phone is an absolute must for the ultra-wealthy and is a true testament to luxury and sophistication. Featuring over 500 stunning diamonds totalling 100 carats in its bezel, and housed within a box made of solid platinum with various historical pieces like T-REX dinosaur bone fragments, Mammoth teeth and Roman spears; its unique design aims to transport users through time. Unfortunately only 77 pieces will ever be produced!

5. Stuart Hughes Elite Gold iPhone 4s

As the world’s most costly phone, Stuart Hughes Elite Gold iPhone 4S exudes luxury and sophistication. Boasting rose gold home buttons and logos as well as 50 diamonds – including 10 rare blue ones – set into Macassar ebony to enhance its beauty, this device uses powerful encryption technologies to safeguard users against data kidnapping, technological blackmail and financial extortion.

Pricey for its size, this phone features 120ct diamond coverage and 18-carat white gold pieces polished into polished pieces – the ideal combination of luxury and functionality! Perfect for anyone seeking both luxurious yet practical phone.

Peter Aloisson created the Diamond Crypto Smartphone as the second-most expensive smartphone available, featuring rose gold home button and logo encrusted with more than 500 flawless diamonds totalling more than 100 carats, as well as an extravagant 6.6-carat pink diamond home navigation button. It costs an astounding 1.3 million dollars.