If you’ve got £1.7 million to spare, you can buy the Amosu Call of Diamond iPhone 6

If that’s not your thing, you can go for the Amosu Gold iPhone 6
If you’ve got £1.7 million to spare, you can buy the Amosu Call of Diamond iPhon

If you’re an ardent Apple fan and will go to whatever lengths it takes to own the best and most stylish iPhone possible, UK-based luxury designer Alexander Amosu's got not one but two for you.

He’s introduced two premium versions of the recently unveiled iPhone 6 smartphone (sorry all you iPhone 6 Plus lovers, they only come pimped up for the iPhone 6) and they take the term “bling bling” to a whole new level.

The first is a “mouthwatering” (according to Amosu) Call of Diamond iPhone 6. As its name states, it’s studded with diamonds – 6127 small ones and one massive stunner cut to the shape of the Apple logo, to be exact. The diamonds run all over its back, as well as on the bezel of all four sides.

Shine bright like a diamond

If you’ve got £1.7 million to spare, you can buy the Amosu Call of Diamond iPhon

The Apple logo diamond itself is worth 51.29 carats and boasts a cushion flawless cut, while the rest of the phone shimmers in 6127 VVS1 diamonds studded on an 18 karat gold exterior. It apparently took two months to make.

And when it comes to cost, there’s no bargain on its £1.7 million (S$3.5 million) price tag. 

A cheaper alternative

If you’ve got £1.7 million to spare, you can buy the Amosu Call of Diamond iPhon

If going all out with the sparkles doesn’t quite tickle your fancy, you can opt for the Amosu Gold iPhone 6 plated with 24 carat yellow and rose gold without any diamonds. You can also choose to engrave your name on the back panel of the mobile phone.  

This one will set you back £2400 (about S$4911) but we reckon it’s a whole lot more affordable than the Amosu Call of Diamond iPhone 6. 

READ MORE: The iPhone 6 will come in 24-carat gold or platinum

[Sources: GSM Arena and NDTV, images: GSM Arena]