Here’s one of those phones I’ll never have. Scrap that, it’s one of those phone I’ll never see in real-life. It’s the Stuart Hughes-made/customized iPhone 3GS Supreme, where the “Supreme” part comes from its price, which is a whooping $3,164,000 (1.92 million GBP). Yap, that’s more than 3 million US dollars, which is enough to make almost 2 miles of a highway.
Feature wise, it comes with 271 grams of 22k gold, 136 flawless color F diamonds for the bezel, 53 diamonds for the logo, and a single 7.1 carat diamond for the home button. All this comes in a chest that is made out of single block of Granite, in Kashmir gold with the inner lined with Nubuck top grain leather, weighing 7kg.
As for the real specs, the Supreme “version” is identical to the original iPhone 3GS, and honestly folks, if someone you know wants to buy this, tell him/her to Colorware its iPhone and put the rest of the remaining $3.163.800 in some charity. That makes much more sense…