A Nokia N95 wins the lottery
Gold and diamond version is priced at $24,500.
If more tech companies were as aggressive as Amosu, we probably wouldn't have nearly as many product launch delays as we do today. The U.K.-based bling meister--which promises to customize pretty much anything in "diamond encrusted Nokia N95."--has done it again with a
And unlike so many "special editions" that number in the tens or even hundreds of thousands, the diamond N95 is limited to just 10 handsets. The specs indicate why: It's made of 18-karat solid gold and festooned with 325 diamonds totaling 3.30 carats--for about $24,500. Amosu generously allows buyers to choose the color of the stones and whether they want white or yellow gold. The phone also comes with a one-year complimentary international concierge service.
Before you gag on the photo, remember that it can always be worse. It could have aor cost as much as the Vertu's "Signature Cobra."