iPhone 4 Diamond Rose

iphone 4 diamond rose








Want to own a phone that leaves everyone gasping for breath? It has to be the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose! This handset is designed by Stuart Hughes, who is known to design the most exquisite and expensive iPhones.

Design

The iPhone 4 Diamond Rose has a rose pink metal rear and sides that are encrusted with diamonds. There are three rows of diamonds on the rim and the rear side is basically made of platinum. The diamonds provide the necessary bling to make the handset look truly feminine. There are 500 diamonds on this handset. And there’s no other phone more beautiful than this. It is in fact one of the best creations of Stuart Hughes.

The blings do not end at the rim, rear, and sides as there are 53 diamonds that are encrusted on the Apple logo as well. The number of diamonds makes me wonder if they were purchased via the diamonds USA coupon. 🙂

Frontal features

The only button that is present under the screen of the handset is the navigation button which is a pink diamond in a platinum rim. The pink diamond is surrounded by a circle of diamonds.

Price

This iPhone 4 version is available at a whopping price of $8 million. The price makes it just a dream for everyone save for a few of the elite class. Well, that is what most of the creations of Stuart Hughes are all about anyway.

I was wondering what a great idea it would have been if the handset had a discount code like a Diamonds USA coupon so that the price would at least decrease a bit. But that is just wishful thinking. 🙂

Purity of the diamonds

The diamonds used for encrusting the handset are priceless. Each of the 500 diamonds embedded on the rim are 100 carats. Same is the case of the 53 diamonds present on the Apple logo at the rear. Finally, the pink diamond on the navigation button is a 7.4 carat pink diamond.

What makes the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose more exciting is that there are only 2 handsets available worldwide. I wonder if they have already been purchased and who bought them? 🙂

About Steve Robbins:
Steve Robbins is a self professed geek loves all Tech. He was the former chief writer and editor for TechBugs.

Steve Robbins is a self professed geek loves all Tech. He was the former chief writer and editor for TechBugs.

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