If you was to buy an iPhone 4, it could cost you up to £600. But now if you are particularly flash for cash, you can get yourself a diamond-encrusted one for £5 million, making it the world’s most expensive mobile phone.
The phone was designed by Brit Stuart Hughes. He was commissioned by an Australian businessman who wanted him to make not one but two of them.
There are 500 diamonds on the Jesusphone (as it Jesus, how much?) and each of them are flwlessly cut making up a total of 100 carats.
On the home button are one of two interchangable diamonds that can be swapped out as the mood takes you. One is a single cut 7.4 carat pink diamond and the other is a rare 8 carat single cut flawless diamond. Both of these diamonds make up the bulk of the phones cost at £4 million in total.
The back of the iPhone is plated in rose gold and the Apple logo sports 53 diamonds. The smartphone can be stored away in its own 7kg granite security box, lined with Nubuck leather.
Liverpool-based Hughes told the Daily Mail: “It was a fantastic challenge and I am really pleased with the end result – the phones look superb. Phones are so popular at the moment and this is the ultimate design for one. It was a very exciting project.”