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    Cell phones have come a long way since they were first introduced to the public some decades ago. No matter how much time you spend on the road, you can always keep in touch with pretty much everyone through electronic mail, social networking sites and of course, text messages and mobile calls.

    With the latest technology incorporated in practically every type of cell phone, these units are getting more and more expensive by the minute. But how much are you willing to spend to get the hottest cell phone that money can buy?

    Most Expensive Cell Phone Units in the World

    Believe it or not, the world’s most expensive cell phones cost more than what you’d pay for to get a brand new house and car combined. As a matter of fact, the cost for the most expensive cell phone that you can ever find all over the world would need you to shell out a measly sum of eight million US dollars!

    These supped-up cell phone units are some of the latest iPhone models which, even without the embellishments, already come with a steep price tag.

    But the cost of your regular iPhone is nothing when you see by how far the costs increased once they were dressed-up and made into some of the world’s most luxurious item to date.

    iPhone 4 Diamond Rose – Cost: USD8 million

    Designed by Stuart Hughes, known to dress-up every imaginable gadget out in the market today to turn it into luxurious toys for the rich and really rich, this cell phone is embellished with flawless diamonds – all one hundred carats of them – and traded the regular back plate with a rose gold back cover.

    But that’s not all. The Home button is adorned with a rare pink diamond worth 7.4 carats.

    Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme – Cost: USD3.2 million

    Stuart Hughes it seems isn’t done, yet. Once again, he has turned your regular iPhone into one luxury item that takes the second spot for the world’s most expensive mobile phone.

    Hughes has replaced the usual casing for one that is made from 22 karats of gold weighing approximately two hundred and seventy-one grams. The Home button gets special attention once again as it is adorned with a rare diamond worth 7.1 carats.

    The edge of the screen is likewise adorned with diamonds, about fifty-three of them worth one carat each.

    Kings Button iPhone – Cost: USD2.4 million

    Designer and jeweler Peter Aloisson takes the credit for this dressed-up iPhone 3G. The edge of the screen is adorned with 138 diamonds in brilliant cut and the Home button is adorned with a rare white diamond worth 6.6 carats.

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