It’s hard to get rich people to spend money. Fortunately, luxury brands Dior, Armani and Prada have designed $5,000 and up mobile phones that take money from the rich and – give back to the rich. I doubt you’ll find street cell-hustlers with the Armani 2, which is developed by Samsung and features a high-powered 800mhz CPU. It looks like an iPhone with a Giorgio Armani label on it, which would warrant its exorbitant cost. (The previous version cost $700; I imagine version 2 will be in that ballpark.)
This phone is also rumored to have both a “work” and “life” mode, just in case you might be employed right now and require such a distinction. Touting a Windows platform, this might have more success in Europe than in Android/Mac-dominated portions of the world. Slim, functional and branded, this phone might save you the embarrassment of having a $300 phone in a $7,000 handbag.
The Armani 2 could be a wonderful addition to your designer accessory collection. You might even be able to make phone calls on it, if your assistant doesn’t do that for you.