Wondering which is the most expensive phone in the world? Then, this is the article for you. Read on.

People may marvel at the iPhone 13 Pro Max and imagine what it would be like to own it – the best smartphone in the world. It may be one of the best phones, but certainly not the world most expensive phone. Some phones that hit the million-dollar mark. When it comes to price, the 2022 costliest phones list has some notable exceptions. Check them out!

Falcon Supernova Pink Diamond

The most expensive phone in the world, the Falcon Supernova iPhone 6 Pink Diamond, was unveiled by the American luxury company FALCON for 48.5 million dollars (Rs. 360 crores). This gorgeous smartphone was created with 24-carat gold, rose gold, and platinum.

It is your regular iPhone 6, made of 24-carat gold and encrusted with a huge pink diamond at the back. Nita Ambani is known to use one.

Stuart Hughes iPhone 4S Elite Gold

This handmade phone has 500 diamonds, including 53 pieces on the back logo. It has an 8.6 carat diamond on the home button.

With a total construction cost of £6 million, this is of world’s costliest phones ever produced. The bezel is fashioned from rose. It comprises more than 500 individual perfect diamonds totalling over 100ct. The rear section is constituted of 24ct gold. There’s a 24ct gold Apple logo and 53 diamonds added for good measure.

The main navigation is made of gold and has a single-cut diamond weighing 8.6 carats. A rare 7.4ct single-cut Flawless pink diamond is also included and can be used to replace the existing one. The chest is made of pure platinum and features polished chunks of authentic T-REX bone as well as precious stones, including Opal, Pietersite, Rutile Quartz, Charoite, and Star Sunstone. The phone has 64 GB of storage and is a limited edition.

Stuart Hughes iPhone 4 Diamond Rose

Costing around Rs. 55 crores, it is a heavily bejewelled iPhone like most top phones in this list of the most expensive phone in the world. It has a solid rose gold body with 500 diamonds, including a 7.4-carat single-cut pink diamond on the start button.

The new iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition is the costliest customised iPhone ever, costing £5 million (about $8 million). The premium iPhone 4 has a rose-gold bezel with over 500 unique perfect diamonds totalling over 100 carats.

Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme

Next on the world’s expensive phone list is again a Stuart Hughes design with 136 diamonds and 271 grams of gold. It also comes with a 7.4 carat diamond on the home button. This phone is around Rs. 22 crores.

The entire case was made using 271 grammes of 22ct solid gold and cost £1.92 million. It took 10 months to complete. The front bezel is set with 136 immaculate colour F diamonds totalling 68 carats. The rear emblem is made of pure gold and features 53 perfect diamonds totalling 1 carat, while the front navigation button features a single cut, very rare diamond weighing 7.1 carats.

The chest storing this one-of-a-kind handset is attuned from a single block of Kashmir gold granite. It comprises an inner lining of Nubuck top grain leather and weighs a whopping 7kg. The handset has 32GB of storage, is factory (legally) unlocked for international use, and can be upgraded with fresh software without freezing.

iPhone 3G Kings Button

This iPhone is a Peter Aloisson design that has a body made of yellow, white and rose gold. It is priced at Rs. 17 crores.

The iPhone 3G’s home button, or main functioning button, is set with high-quality 6.6 carat diamonds, giving the phone a highly appealing appearance. The pricey iPhone is crafted from 18-karat white, rose, and yellow gold. The white gold line on the phone is stunning, with around 138 perfectly cut diamonds.

Diamond Crypto Smartphone

The Diamond Crypto Smartphone breaks the Apple monopoly on this expensive phone’s list, but the fascination with diamonds continues. Another Peter Aloisson design, it has a solid platinum body featuring 50 diamonds and a rose gold logo. It has a polished wood finish made from Macassar ebony.

Goldvish Le Million

This one has a smaller screen but a uniquely original curvy design. It is made of 18-carat white gold and would cost Rs. 6.8 crore.

Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot

The Gresso Luxor Las Vegas Jackpot rounds off the million-dollar club as far as expensive phones are concerned. Only three of these phones were ever produced, and materials used in them include wood from a 200-year-old African tree, black diamonds and over 180 grams of gold.