A British company has unveiled the world's most expensive mobile phone - a gold iPhone encrusted with nearly 200 diamonds that retails at a hefty 1.92 million pounds, or Rs.14.7 crore.
The phone, designed by Stuart Hughes for the Liverpool-based Goldstriker International, is made from 22-carat gold.
It has 136 diamonds in the front bezel and an Apple logo made out of no fewer than 53 diamonds.
The phone's front navigation button comprises a rare diamond of 7.1 carats.
The phone, which took over ten months to make, ships with a seven kg chest crafted from a single block of granite, offset with Kashmir gold and lined with Nubuck leather on the inside.
Called the iPhone 3G Supreme, it was reportedly commissioned by an anonymous Australian businessman.