to many, forking out a grand or more for a handset is considered excessive but that amount is paltry when compared to the £1.7 million that some crazy wealthy folk is prepared to drop for a totally luxe up device, such as this one that Alexander Amosu has been commissioned to create. arguably the world’s most expensive seventh iteration of Apple iPhone, the iPhone 6 in question is due to receive a solid 18K gold makeover giving it a weight of roughly 85 gsm and will be sprinklered with no less than 6,177 brilliant cut diamonds in VVS1 IF color. in addition to those, the original stainless steel Apple logo will also receive its fair share of luxury treatment in the form of a diamond cut out from a 51.29 carat precious stone because stainless steel, though pretty, is hardly on par with the luxe treatment the rest of the phone has to offer.
Alexander has known to bestow fancy namesake for his one-off and exquisite creation, and this £1.7 million handset is no exception; it is called “Amosu Call of Diamonds iPhone 6”, which honestly, don’t quite do justice to its price tag. obviously, there are elite few who are more than willing to spend their “spare cash” for such opulence, but just in case this seemingly regular handset, save for the gold and diamond treatment, is out of your budget, there is always the more “affordable” Amosu 24ct Gold iPhone 6 that cost “just” under £2,400.