Goldvish: Opulence Personified in the Form of Smartphones

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While shopping on , I stopped by the Orianne Collins Concept store and noticed these gems, the luxury cell phones. The gleam of these beautiful gold, diamond covered  phones with leather accent caught my eye. is a company I know all too well for making such seductively lavish phones. I came across the Illusion collection of cell phones, which are available in 240 variations. Yes, I said 240 variations, with options of rose, white or yellow gold with an additional option of a titanium finish. There are 12 colors to choose from when it comes the alligator leather accents and 5 diamond trim levels.

From the model with it’s 0.15 CT single diamond to the model that is 11.03 CT studded with 1639 . Though this phone doesn’t offer you all the functions of day’s smartphones, it offers you an unsurpassed class of luxury.  The cost of these beauties starts at $120,000 for your base model and up to $1.2 million for a pave diamond encrusted model.

With Goldvish’s latest release of the , the world’s first dual SIM luxury mobile phone, handcrafted masterpiece. The dual SIM feature allows you to switch between phone numbers easily, letting you go from your work to your private line without effort. The is handmade in Switzerland with the highest quality materials. It is customized to your specifications, with your choice of finish, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium or the finest leather. As you can see in the picture above, you can choose 18 carat gold or platinum trim. The can also be covered in diamonds. It features a 2.4″ ultra clear LED with 115 carat grade A, natural Sapphire crystal screen, 8GB internal memory,  bluetooth, FM tuner, 7 hours of talk time or 20 days of standby time. The starts at $160k and goes on up to $2.5 million for a pave diamond covered, platinum toting model. It is the epitome of elegance.

Then there is the Goldvish Revolution, a unique blend of a cell phone and a beautifully Swiss made handcrafted timepiece. The Revolution has automatic analog watch with visible moving parts, made by Frederic Jouvenot. The body of the Revolution is covered with 18-carat pink and white gold, and is encrusted with diamonds with a total weight of 29 carats. The Revolution will run you  $490,500. While hardly anything most of us can afford right now, on a purely aesthetic value (nevermind the smartphone functions), I can at least appreciate the craftmanship they put in to them. So what do you think?

 

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  • http://www.myrealitytech.com Eric Lichtig

    These phones are just blowing. They should be classified as pieces of art. I really like how they are fully customizable, I wish regular phone manufacturers offered customization like that. Great piece Jenna. So when are you getting yours? ;)

  • http://www.myrealitytech.com Jenna Gonzalez

    I agree that they are beautiful pieces of art (like watches). But I’m a Vertu girl :) You know that.

  • Anonymous

    Awfully pretty phones and I like the one with the watch in it- as fast as tech moves you would have to have money to burn for these  beauties!
    Lovely article though, it’s like window shopping with you :)

  • http://twitter.com/Mommonja Frank Kerner

    But can it play angry birds?  That’s the real question.  I’m not big on the “look how expensive my phone is” kind of deal, I feel it gets in the way of what they’re capable of personally.