Saturday, August 27, 2011

Top 10 richest countries of the world

10. Switzerland – $39,800 (GDP per capita)

This cheese making country is considered to be one of the most neutral countries in the world. During World War 2, people from other European countries deposited their money in the banks of Switzerland, knowing that their money would be safer there than in their home countries. Some well known Swiss companies include Nestle, Logitech, Rolex and Credit Suisse.

9. Equatorial Guinea – $44,100

The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is a country in Central Africa. Most people have never heard of it. This country flew into stardom after 1996 when large oil reserves were found in the nation of only 0,5 million people. While being one of the largest producers of oil in Africa, little has been made to improve the living conditions of the people. Corruption is widespread and ordinary people are mostly living in poverty. The gap between rich and poor is probably the largest in the world.

8. Ireland - $45,600

This member of European Union has been often admired as one of the most modern knowledge economies in the world. Ireland is the largest maker of computer software in the world. A study done by The Economist ranked the Celtic Tiger to have the best quality of life in the world.

7. United States – $46,000

What sets the US apart from most other countries in this list is its size. While most other countries in this list are among the smallest in the world the US has a population of over 300 million and a total land area of 3,79 million square miles (9.83 million sq km). The US is also home to the largest amount of billionaires in the world. It is speculated that as many billionaires live in the US as in the rest of the world.

6. Singapore – $48,900

This country tiny country consist of 63 island and some mainland with a total area of only 270 square miles (704 sq km). With Hong Kong, South Korea and Taiwan it is considered one of the Four Asian Tigers. Singapore has the busiest port in the world and is the 4th largest foreign exchange trading center in the world. Singapore is widely believed to be the most business-friendly economy in the world

5. United Arab Emirates – $55,200

This oil and natural gas rich country has a highly developed economy which makes it one of the most developed in the world. Having more money than they know what to do with, they have built numerous artificial islands and just finished building the worlds highest structure – Burj Khalifa. It is 828 meters tall, being about 2 times as high as the Empire State Building in New York. It is estimated that about 1/4th of the total construction going on in the world is taking place in Dubai – one of the largest cities in United Arab Emirates.

4. Kuwait – $55,300

In Arabic Kuwait translates to “Fortress built near water”. In addition to being on the coast of the Persian Gulf this country has well known neighbors like Saudi Arabia and Iraq. Kuwait has the worlds fifth largest proven oil reserves – about 10% of the worlds total. Being a country without taxes, about 80% of the governments revenue comes from exporting oil. Having the the second-most free economy in the Middle East, Kuwait has one of the fastest growing economies in the region. (Thanks to Alsab3a from Stumbleupon for a little tip!)

3. Norway – $55,600

Norway is one of the few highly developed countries in Europe tthat are not part of the European Union. This oil and natural gas rich country has living costs more than 30% higher than in the United States. In 2006 only Russia and Saudi Arabia exported more oil than Norway.

2. Qatar – $75,900

This Arabic speaking country has less than million people and gained independence from Great Britain only in 1971. Qatar used to be a poor Islamic country but since the discovery of oil and natural gas in the 1940s, it is completely transformed. With no income tax it is one of the least taxed countries in the world, while still offering most of its services to the population for free. (Who needs tax when you have all this oil and gas money coming in).
In 2009 Qatar is also expected to be the fastest growing economy in the world!

1. Luxembourg – $80,800

This tiny country with a total population of less than 500 000 is a true European miracle. By tiny we mean the 8 smallest country in the world. From top to bottom it’s only about 50 miles and at its widest about 30 miles.

World's 5 Most Successful Cars

Success in the car industry is measured only through results of sale, although in the last decade this criterion started to lose value as well.
Increased competition and lowered profitability resulted in continuous losses per sold car recorded by the leading car makers. It was caused by multiple reasons, from expensive labor and costs of restructuring to manufacturing deficiencies caused by trying to present the whole range of new cars as soon as possible, which inevitably led to many withdrawals and expensive corrections of the cars.
Still, some cars gained the buyers' trust all around the world. Different generations of cars such as Toyota Corolla, Volkswagen Golf or Honda Civic became more and more popular and sold in higher quantities.

toyota corolla

#1. Toyota Corolla is the best-selling nameplate in automotive history. The making of Corolla started in 1966 when Japanese manufacturer decided to present a small compact car which integrates quality, style and cost-effectiveness of more prestigious models. During 40 years Corolla had as many as nine generations, and in 1997 it was the best selling car of all time. To the present day more than 35 million vehicles were sold and we can expect it to stay on the top in the future.
ford f series

#2. Ford - F series. Believe it or not, every year the F Ford model is sold more than any other car. It is almost unbelievable that the second ranked in total sale is a pick-up vehicle. Even more impressive information is that this vehicle reached such a score only on North American territory. However, the most surprising is the fact that Ford's F series is at present the best selling car in the world. Every year Ford sells almost a million cars, that is almost one vehicle every 30 seconds. So far, 25 million vehicles of the F series were sold.
vw golf

#3. Volkswagen Golf. Although ultra popular in Europe, Volkswagen's Golf is lower ranked on the most important market, the North American one. Third ranked is second of two Volkswagens - Golf, which gained in popularity on a global scale through five generations, and to the present more than 24 million cars have been sold. The latest Volkswagen generation will once more try to win the American market, and its advantage is the fact that the American buyers are more and more oriented towards buying more cost-effective cars. Golf has been produced since 1974, and its sports GTI version recently celebrated its 30th birthday.
vw beetle

#4. Volkswagen Beetle. By far the best selling car in the world with the same body for almost 60 years. Volkswagen's Beetle is the best selling car in history. Legend has it that Adolf Hitler himself drew its legendary shape on a paper towel. During almost 60 years, the incredible 21,529,464 Beetles were produced, which is particularly significant when taking into account the fact that during 60 years the Beetle had the same car body, with some mechanical changes. The original form of the Beetle was produced until 2003, when the last car left the Volkswagen factory in Mexico.
ford model t

#5. Ford Model T. Henry Ford: "Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black". With 16,500,000 sold cars, T model is the second best selling car in the world, but also much more than that. This is the first car manufactured by the so called assembly line manufacturing, which simplified the car making, and more importantly, made it cheaper and started more massive production. The famous line of the founder Henry Ford refers to T model: "Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black" since, due to express production, no other color could dry as fast as black.

Top 10: Countries With The Largest Population

10. Japan (127,156,000)

At just over 127 million Japan is the country with the tenth biggest total population.  It is an island nation off of the east coast of Asia, and is one of the most developed nations on the planet.  As a result the population growth rate is now negative, meaning that the Japanese population is now shrinking in size due to low births and a relatively high death rate due to an elderly population.

A torii is a gate found at the entrance to a Japanese shrine, and this one is at the entrance to the Itsukushima shrine.

9. Russia (140,874,000)

Russia is a relatively new nation, having been formed in 1991 after the break up of the Soviet Union (USSR).  It is a vast country, spreading across much of northern Europe and Asia.  It is the biggest country in the world in terms of landmass.  Like Japan, the population of Russia is falling.  However this does not prevent the United Nations estimating it had a population of almost 141 million in 2009.  This level leads to Russia being the country with the 9th largest population in the world.

Photo of the snow falling on St. Basil's Cathedral and Red Square in Moscow.

8. Nigeria (154,729,000)
Nigeria is the 8th most populous nation in the world, and the only African nation to make it into the top 10.  The country is one of extremes.  In the north of Nigeria the Sahel can be found, wehereas in the south there are rainforests and the Niger delta.  The population is also split into two, with the northern half being predominantly Muslim and the southern half being predominantly Christian and civil disturbances along religious lines can sometimes happen.  However, Nigeria is also considered to be a country with great economic prospects.  At present the population growth rate is still relatively high at 1.999%, and so the population of Nigeria will be even larger in the future.  

Zuma rock near Nigeria's capital Abuja.

7. Bangladesh (162,221,000)

With a population of over 162 million Bangladesh has the 7th highest population of any country on the planet.  Bangladesh is in southern Asia, and has land borders with India and Burma.  The country is one of the most densely populated in the world.  This is possible due to the majority of the country being located on extremely fertile floodplains.  However this does lead to periodic devastating floods.  The population of Bangladesh continues to grow at well over 1% per year.  

The parliament building of Bangladesh in Dhaka at night.

6. Pakistan (180,808,000)

Pakistan is another south Asian country, which has a large population.  In the north and west there are mountains, whereas in the east there are fertile plains.  A country which has had many problems since independence and yet has continued to develop despite a relatively high population growth rate of almost 2%, although once again this is falling.  Another land of many extremes, Paskistan is the country with the sixth largest population at over 180 million.

The Faisal mosque located in Islamabad is the largest mosque in Pakistan, and also the national mosque. It can accomodate up to 300,000 worshippers at a time.

5. Brazil (193,734,000)

Brazil is the country with the largest landmass in South America, and also the only South American country to make it onto this list of the top 10 countries with the largest population.  The country is dominated by the Amazon rainforest and the associated rivers which are located in the north, west and central areas of the country.  However, the majority of the population is situated in the south east of the country, around cities such as Rio de Janiero and Sao Paulo.  With a population of in excess of 190 million, Brazil is the country with the fifth largest population.

View of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. The statue Christ teh Redeemr can just be seen in the top left of this picture on top of the hill. Distributed under Creative Commons Attricution-No Derivative works license

4. Indonesia (229,965,00)

Indonesia is a nation of thousands of islands in south-east Asia.  It has the highest population of any predominantly Muslim state.  However, there are sizable minorities of non-Islamic groups.  Over half of the population lives on the island of Java, despite it accounting for less than 10% of the total land area of Indonesia.  This makes Java the most populous island in the world, and in fact with it's population of 130 million were it to be an independent nation it would be the tenth most populous in the world.  Most islands of Indonesia are volcanic and are covered in rainforest.  With a population of almost 230 million Indonesia is fourth on the list of countries with the largest population.  

Photo of sunset over the Indonesian capital of Jakarta.

3. United States of America (314,659,000)

The United States of America is the country with the 3rd largest population in the world.  The United States is a vast country, with the 3rd largest land area of all the world's countries.  The United States of America, also known as United States, US or USA is at present the only true superpower in the world, both economically, culturally and militarily.  However, the country is not without it's critics and whilst 'the land of the free' as America is known is considered a beacon of hope, for others the United States of America stand for everything bad in the world.  However, at present the United States is 3rd on the list of top 10 countries with the largest population, and it is likely to stay that way for a while due to a growing indigenous population and large levels of immigration.

The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island in New York. Given to America as a gift by France, it was one of the first parts of America to be seen by many immigrants from Europe.

2. India (1,198,003,000)

India is one of only two countries in the world with a population in excess of 1 billion.  Located in south Asia, it has borders with six other countries - Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Burma and Bangladesh.  The Indian population is diverse, with a large variety of religions, living styles and ethnicities.  For example, whilst Hinduism is the predominant religion with over 80% of the population adherents, significant numbers of people follow other religions due to the large total population of the country.  This has sometimes led to inter-community strife.  India's population continues to grow, along with the economy and many people perceive it to be a future superpower.  With a population of almost 1.2 billion, India is the largest democracy in the world and the country with the second biggest population.   

The Taj Mahal is probably the most recognisable of all Indian landmarks. It was constructed as a mausoleum by Shah Jahan for his wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

1. China (1,345,751,000)

China, or People's Republic of China to give it it's formal name, is the country with the largest population in the world.  If the population of the special autonomous regions of Hong Kong and Macau are also taken into account, the population of China is even higher.  It would also have been higher were it not for the famous one child policy which China has undertaken since 1979, with the specific aim of curtailing the population.  This has had a considerable effect, and it has been estimated by the Chinese government that the policy prevented over 250 million extra births in the period 1980-2000 and so by the present day it can be assumed that the policy has had an even greater effect and China's population would be well in excess of 1.5 billion.  However, as it is China has a population of almost 1.35 billion, which results in it being the country with the largest population.  

world top 10 poorest countries in the world

10. Afghanistan – $800 (GDP per capita)

Afghanistan villagers moving their camp
Afghanistan is probably the only poorest county in the world that doesn’t need any introduction. Thanks to the plane crashes of 9/11 and the subsequent American quest for revenge almost everyone knows of this poor landlocked South Asian country. What many people don’t realize however is that the country that gave birth to the world’s foremost terrorist Osama Bin Laden is actually called the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. It is a public secret however that history has never seen Afghanistan lose a war. They might be one of the poorest but they know how to fight. Instead of a traditional army they simply resist with small counter attacks that eventually tire out the enemy.
Over 70% of Afghanis live with less than 2$ a day. To make money a lot of people have gone into drug trafficking. Afghanistan is the worlds largest exporter of heroin. The drug problem in this poor country is so large that a drug test in the Afghanistan police force showed that 17% of the countries police officers had lately used drugs. Even worse – only 30% of the police can read! No wonder Afghanistan is one of the poorest countries in the world.

9. Central African Republic – $754

Women in Central African Republic fixing dinner with their children
As the unoriginal name suggest this former French colony is right in the middle of Africa.  Being among 1 of the poorest countries in the world means that the governmental control of the country is extremely weak. The well-being of the population is entirely dependent on foreign aid and numerous non profit organizations. The very present of aid workers in the country is the largest source of revenue for Central Africans. An estimated 40% of import revenue comes from selling diamonds mined from the countries rich land.
Like other poor African countries in this list the Central African Republic is actually self-sufficient in food but still a lot of people suffer from malnutrition and famine. This is because farm owners rather sell their crops to foreign countries with money than to give it all away cheaply to the fellow countrymen. In 2006 rebel forces not satisfied with the way things were going attacked government forces, leaving another 50 000 people to die of starvation.

8. Sierra Leone – $747

Children carrying water near Freetown, Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone  is a poor west African country that has English as its official language. Over the years however the locals have used English to derive their own language called Krio. It uses English vocabulary but the grammar comes from 12 different African languages. As is the case with a lot of the top 10 poorest countries, Sierra Leone is also one of the largest diamond manufacturers of the world. If you have seen the movie Blood Diamond you should know that it is based on Sierra Leone.
Between 1991-2001 about 50 000 people were killed in the countries civil war, leaving the people even poorer than they were before. At least 500 000 people fled to neighboring Guinea and Liberia. While everyone is required to go to school, the shortage of schools means that the law requiring to get an education can not be followed. About 66% of adults are illiterate. The health care system also leaves a lot to complain about. Sierra Leone has one of the highest infant mortality rates and lowest life expectancy in the world. No wonder Sierra Leone is one of the poorest countries of the world.

7. Eritrea – $739

A typical wedding ceremony dance in Eritrea
The location of Eritrea gives it an advantage of controlling the sea route through the Suez Canal. This is why Italy made it its colony just a year after the opening of the canal in 1869 and why the British conquered it in 1941. In the present Eritrea has been accused by the USA of having relations with terrorists. In 2009 US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accused Eritrea in supplying weapons to Somalian militant group al-Shabab which is believed to have relations with Al Qaeda.
In history it is known that the Egyptian pharaohs used Eritrea as a source of war elephants. Lately however the elephants are almost wiped out from the country. During 1955 and 2001 no elephants were sighted. It is believed that they have fallen victims to the ongoing wars in Eritrea. The whole country only has 824 schools and 2 universities – unnecessary to say illiteracy is a huge problem. No wonder Eritrea is one of the poorest countries in the world.

6. Niger – $736

People fleeing the poor Niger
Niger is one of the poorest countries in Africa – over 80% of its land is covered by the giant desert of Sahara. While it might seem like a hostile place to live it is actually even worse – ongoing droughts are leading to more desertification. One day the whole Republic of Niger might be swallowed by the mighty desert. Currently most of its terrain is made up of desert plains and sand dunes with some savanna around the  Niger river. Over 5000 years ago the same land was actually covered with fertile grasslands – the desertification has took place in the last 2000 years.
While the country is over twice the size France, it only has less than 10 000 km of roads of which less than 800 km is paved. All the paved roads are inside the cities. There are no paved roads connecting the cities to each other.  Niger is the worlds largest exporter of uranium. Just like other countries in the top 10 poorest countries of the world list, only about 1 in 4 persons have ever attended school. Niger also boasts a small army – it has about 12000 troops and 4 aircrafts :lol: .

5. Somalia – $600

Traditional house in poor Somalian village
nlike many African countries Somalia has never been officially colonized by any country. The efforts of the British Empire were successfully driven back at least 4 times. While Somalia is situated in Eastern Africa it has close ties to the Arab world. As a Muslim country it also belongs to the Arab League. Probably because of its Islamic background Somalia has one of the lowest HIV and Aids infection rates. Somalia’s friendship with the Soviet Union enabled it to build the largest military in Africa – unfortunately it proved ineffective to withhold the civil war that broke out in 1991.
In recent years the poor people of Somalia have found a new way to make money – hijacking international boats and taking the crew and the cargo as hostage. Piracy in Somalia has become so common that when young boys grow up they wish to become pirates because that’s where the money is. International companies are known to pay pirates from 1 to 20 million dollars just to get the ships back. An oil tanker filled with oil can be worth a few hundred million dollars.

4. Burundi – $401

People dancing in Burundi Village
In addition to being one of the poorest countries in the world this small landlocked African country is known for its wars between the inhabiting competing tribes. The reason Burundi is so poor is because they have never really had any peaceful time between the everlasting civil wars. Corruption, poor access to education, and a high percentage of HIV and AIDS are all the things that Burundi is known for. Approximately 80% of Burundians live in poverty and according to the World Food Programme 57% of children under 5 years suffer from chronic malnutrition. 93% of Burundi’s exports revenues come from selling coffee.
According to a study done in 178 countries the people of Burundi have the lowest life satisfaction in the world. As a result of poverty it is almost entirely dependent on foreign aid. No wonder Burundi is the 4th poorest country in the world.

3. Liberia – $379

A rebel in Monrovia, Liberia, keeping watch in front of a house and car full of bullet holes
Liberia is one of the few countries in Africa that have not been colonized by Europe. Instead, Liberia was founded and colonized by the slaves who escaped from America. These slaves made up the elite of the country and they established a government that closely resembled that of the United States of America. In 1980 the president of Liberia was overthrown and a period of instability and civil war followed. After the killings of hundreds of thousands Liberia is in a deep economic crisis. Statistics indicate that about 90% of the population lives below $1.25 a day.
As the 3rd poorest country in the world, Liberia has an unemployment rate of 85%. Just as its neighbor Sierra Leone, Liberia was known for its blood diamonds during the civil war. As a results the United Nations banned diamond exports from the country. Compared to the 7 children each women gives birth to on average – the life expectancy of 44 years seems incredibly short. No wonder Liberia is one of the poorest countries in the world!

2. Democratic Republic of the Congo – $334

A child in Congo riding a self made wooden bike
Not to be mixed with the neighboring Republic of Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo was known as Zaire until 1997. Congo is the largest country in the world that has French as an official language – the population of Congo is about 1 million larger than the population of France (66 million people in Congo vs 65 million in France).  The Second Congo War beginning in 1998 has devastated the country. The war that involves at least 7 foreign armies is the deadliest conflict in the world since World War II – it has already killed 5.4 million people. In Africa the war is called African World War. It is estimated that in 2010 at least 45 000 people in Congo are killed monthly.
Congo is also one of the last places on earth with tribes of cannibals. An Mbuti pygmy testified before the UN that their people were hunted down and eaten like animals by neighboring tribes. Eating other people is a way to survive the famines that is affecting about 67% of the population. Congo is also believed to be the worst place in the world for women – it has the most rapes per women in a year. Locals believe that sleeping with a virgin girl will cure AIDS.

1. Zimbabwe – $0.1

A traditional house in a village in Zimbabwe
Thanks to hyperinflation Zimbabwe has become the poorest country in the world. It used to one of the 10 poorest countries but the 87.9 sextillion percent inflation has left the countries economy into ruins. The inflation worrying the country since 2007 saw the government printing 100 billion dollar bills that were only good enough to buy a few eggs. In August 2008 there was even a time where the government simply decided to take 10 zeroes off of every bank not – simply because they didn’t fit very well. Just 6 months later they removed an additional 12 zeroes. The 87 sextillion percent inflation meant that throughout the year prices kept doubling every 1.1 days. In other words – when an apple would cost 1 dollars on Monday it would already cost 64 dollars on Sunday. In a month the same apple would cost just over 1 billion dollars.

A boy in Zimbabwe going shopping with the equivalant of 3 US dollars
The largest bank note that the government of Zimbabwe released was the 100 trillion dollar bill issued on January 2009. In addition to the economic problems the life expectancy of Zimbabwe is the lowest in the world – 37 years for men and just 34 for women. One of the problems for the early deaths are the 20.1% of the population with HIV and AIDS. The health issues aren’t seeing any improvement – in 2009 3 of the 4 largest hospitals and the countries only medical school was shut down.

World’s Top 10 Most Expensive Cell Phones in 2011

10. Nokia Lamborghini 8800 Sirocco: Price is not published

This Lamborghini 8800 Sirocco cell phone has 3 bands GSM coverage so that it can be used in 5 continents. It’s just like usual mobile phone that it has internal memory, TFT display color and the camera. This cell phone is protected by scratch-resistant sapphire coated glass. I guess the things that made it expensive is the Lamborghini tag attached to this phone. It has a wallpapers, screensaver and ringtones and documentary video about Lamborghini.
Nokia Lamborghini 8800 Sirocco

9. Gold Edition Nokia 8800: $2,700

This cell phone is just like standard of Nokia 8800. Just the outlook casing of the cell phone is encased with gold. This casing will capture attention from the people around of course. It’s has a standard of a smart phone. Such as 62,000 color TFT (208 x 208) display screen along with a SVGA .5 MP camera. MMS, SMS, USB, Java, WAP, Infrared, Bluetooth and Edge connectivity are present. Other standard features like FM Radio, Mp3 Player, 64 polyphonic and Video Recording are also present.
Gold Edition Nokia 8800

8. Motorola V220 Special Edition: $51,800

This luxury cell phone is coming from Motorola cell phone producer. THe Motorolla Special v220 edition. It’s tagged for $51,800 and was designed by Peter Aloisson, Austrian designer. It’s pretty much feminine in looks. All features are standard except that this cell phone is studded with 1200 diamonds on the front panel as well as 18 carat gold is laid in the keyboard.
Motorola V220 Special Edition

7. Vertu Diamond: $88,000

Vertu diamond cell phone is featuring tiny diamond dotted all over the body and the keypad that carries eight carat of diamond. The body is created from finest platinum and underpinned with ruby bearings. It’s also equipped with similar ceramic originally intended for space shuttle. You have to provide $88,000 to own this cell phone. 200 cell phones of this model have sold worldwide.
Vertu Diamond

6. iPhone Princess Plus: $176,400

Another design of Peter Aloisson. The name is coming from the princess shaped diamond cut that studded all over the casing. 138 diamonds out of 318 shaped in this style. The others is shaped in brilliant-cut pattern. This cell phone totally use 17.75 carats of diamonds and 18 Carats of white gold. This version of iPhone are sold for $176,400.
iPhone Princess Plus

5. VIPN Black Diamond Smartphone: $300,000

The body of this cell phone is made from titan and polycarbonate and spots a cutting edge mirror that finish cladding, adorned with diamonds. It’s designed by Jaren Goh. The cell phone itself is using an intel 400 Mhz processor, 4 mega pixel with 256 TFT screen. This cell phone was designed by Jaren Goh.

4. Vertu Signature Cobra: $310,000

This cell phone is produced by Boucheron, a French jeweler. Vertu Cobra phone is a limited edition cell phone that so far only 8 ever made. this cell phone is featuring ne carat round diamond, two carat pear cut diamond, two emerald eyes and 439 rubies that used to give a cobra look of the phone. Totally this cell phone is using 21 carats of diamond and rubies.
Vertu Signature Cobra

3. Diamond Crypto Smartphone: $1.3 million

This cell phone is produced by JSC Ancort that originally designed by luxury accecories designer Peter Aloisson. This expensive smart phone is encased with a platinum base and has 50 diamonds and 8 of them is a rare blue diamonds. The navigation key and the Ancort logo are of 18 Carat of rose gold. This cell phone was built on Windows CE.
Diamond Crypto Smartphone

2. GoldVish Le Million: $1.3 million

Goldvish LeMillion is designed by Emmanuel Gueit. The uniquness of this cell phone is certified by Guinness World  Records in 2008. The cell phones use a VVS1 (only microscopically flawed) diamonds with 18 Carat of white gold. The features of the cell phone is pretty standard with 2 GB storage, FM radio, digital camera, MP3 playback and bluetooth are the internal features of the cell phone. This cell phone just available by individual order.
GoldVish Le Million

1. Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme: $3.2 million

Goldstriker iPhone 3GS Supreme

This luxury gadgets is coming from the designer Stuart Hughes. It’s the world’s most expensive cell phone unveiled in 2009. Goldstriker iPhone is encrusted with 271 grams of 22 carat pure solid gold. More than 200 diamonds added on the cell phone. Apple logo on the back features 53 gems and home button is covered with a single 7.1 carat diamond. The iPhone 3GS Supreme decorated as well in a chest carved from granite and Kashmir gold along with a lining made from top Nubuck grain leather.