Here's the Vertu New Signature Touch. It's not a phone for the likes of me and you.
This 5.2-inch Android is wrapped in leather, titanium and solid sapphire, it comes with a concierge service that puts an assistant at your beck and call and it has a price tag that starts at £6,500 (which converts to about $10,000 and AU$14,100).
This luxury mobile goes on sale globally from mid-October.
With its angular front made from aggressive-looking titanium, it's hardly a subtle design.
It's far removed from the "less is more" approach to design taken by most smartphone manufacturers.
A range of leathers are available for your phone -- and they come from a range of animals. If you don't want this black calf leather, you can opt for lizard or even alligator skin to adorn your phone.
These gullwing doors on the back hide the microSD and SIM card slots and are reminiscent of the doors you'll find on certain luxury cars.
It's certainly a lot cooler than poking a SIM card removal tool into a little hole.
On the underside of the doors you'll find the signature of the engineer who hand-built the phone.
Inside, it's running Android 5.1 Lollipop software and uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with 4GB of RAM.
On the back is a 21-megapixel camera that can shoot video in 4K.
It's not a phone you should hide inside a case.
The leather wraps around the bottom edge to meet the screen at the front.
Just twist this little key to release the doors on the back.
Vertu boasts that the phone is handmade in England to extremely high standards. I should hope so too, given the price.