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Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot
Gresso's Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot mobile phone case is made of 180 grams of gold, and embedded with 45.5k of black diamonds.
It may be heavy, but it is only 12mm in thickness, and the back panel is made from 200 year old African Blackwood.
The phone's keyboard has digits manufactured individually from single crystal sapphires -- of which the carat weight is 32.
The Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot is a limited edition model priced at $1 million.
The Goldvish Geneve
Created by the luxury phone maker Goldvish, their flagship Geneve model comes in five variations:
-Centerfold (1 diamond, 0.15ct)
-Violent Numbers (190 diamonds, 1.35ct)
-Beyond Dreams (246 diamonds, 2.30ct)
-Majesty (1089 diamonds, 6.04ct)
-Like Heaven (1639 diamonds, 11.03ct)
Each phone is coated in 18ct solid white gold, and comes with a sapphire display, 400 hours standby time and 2GB memory.
The most expensive model is sold for roughly 120,000 euros ($156,000).
Another design by Stuart Hughes, this Nokia smartphone is encrusted with 12.5 carats of pink diamond, created with roughly 1225 gems that include one central 3 carat diamond.
The casing is made of handmade platinum veneers (83 grams), and only three handsets are due to be made.
This phone costs £99,995 ($106,111).