Most people wouldn't be caught dead without a cell phone, and just about all of them can fit into the palm of your hand. But have you ever dreamed about a phone that's more special -- and how much it would cost?
Only eight of these astonishing phones were made in 2006. Wouldn't you love to know who bought them?
In June 2009, Apple slashed the price of the original iPhone in half, to $99. Wait a few more months and you might be able to snag one for free!
The 16GB 3G S is $199, and the 32GB version is $299.
Palm's answer to the iPhone came out in June of 2009. Is it a worthy competitor? Shell out $199 and decide for yourself.
The MERIDIIST starts at €3,500, or about $4,700. All we know is, we're not paying that much for a cell phone when we can't even pronounce the name.
This phone, designed for people in poor areas who might not have access to electricity, sells for $59. But it's available only in India right now.
Motorola touts the AURA as "the return of artistry." We don't know about you, but we'd just be afraid we'd break it.
This baby sells for a whopping $131,000. You could buy a lot of good, solid normal cell phones with that much money. Or a really nice car.
We couldn't find any price information -- but we'd like one with pink diamonds and black/red snakeskin, please.
As is the case with many limited-edition luxury goods, it's hard to nail down a price on this one. But it starts at at least $6,000.