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Amosu Diamond Blackberry
Many luxury models focus on own-brand designs or iPhones, but the Blackberry hasn’t been completely ignored. The Amosu Diamond Blackberry contains 4459 diamonds (a total of almost 29 carats) on the back and front. The handset is coated in 18 carat gold.
This Blackberry, one of three to be made, costs £12,000 ($18,000), and comes with a global concierge service.
Continental Apple iPhone Diamond 4S
Continental is a luxury phone creator, who distributes models including iPhone, Blackberry and Nokia smartphones.
The Pearl White iPhone is finished in platinum and a number of VS1 diamonds. The 32GB model has all the standard features of an iPhone 4S.
The Peal White iPhone costs £6,999 ($11,200).
Bang & Olufsen Serenata Diamond edition
Designed by Stuart Hughes, the collection includes luxury phone editions include this one -- ostentatiously smothered in diamonds and gold.
The Diamonds are mounted on a solid gold bezel which sits over the main scroll mechanism.
The main Facia and rear release are include a circa of 140 grams of solid 24ct gold. In total, the phone includes 16.25 carats of diamonds.
Not enough? Perhaps the accompanying wallet made of 'real Ostrich foot' might impress you.
Each handset in the limited edition of ten is £44,995 ($72,045).