Smartphones have become important aspects and technologies in people’s daily lives. It is because of the portability, mobility, and functionality of such devices that push consumers to buy them, instead of simply and solely relying on their laptops at home. However, many people tend to buy smartphones impulsively without considering the worth or value of their money. They’re simply allured by the sleek style or the famous brand name of such device and totally unaware that these smartphones are actually overpriced while considering their capabilities, performance, and security.
Gresso Azimuth A1
The Gresso Azimuth A1 is amongst the luxury smartphones this year, and tech experts claim that this one is overpriced. It is a partial failure when it comes to its technical aspects, although the exterior features have high-end materials and design. It costs $2,000; however, the manufacturer will be creating a cheaper version costing $999. Considered as a premium handset, it is made up of grade 5 titanium with a tempered mineral glass front panel. It also has a steel keyboard, along with hand-polished keys.
Samsung W2015 Luxury Flip Smartphone
The company has announced its latest luxury smartphone – the Luxury Flip Smartphone W2015. It costs at $2450 and also considered as one of the overpriced handsets this year. It is made up of metal or steel structure for more durability. Although it has good technical and interior aspects, this smartphone features Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS, dual SIM support, and a 16-megapixel rear camera. Experts claim that it has no significant difference from other smartphones ever released or are still in the market.
Lamborghini 88 Tauri
At a whopping $6000 is the new creation of Lamborghini called the 88 Tauri. Based on sources, the manufacturer has created only 1,947 units, offering exclusivity. The price tag is unreasonable, considering the phone’s unimpressive specs. However, consumers might still grab this latest smartphone, considering the famous developer, which is also an automaker. Lamborghini fans may be purchasing this unit impulsively, although high quality steel has been used for the entire thing.
Gresso Regal Black Edition Luxury Android Phone
Also from Gresso, this luxury phone is $5,000 worth. Instead of aluminum, titanium materials and 18 karat gold trim contributed to the ridiculous price tag. The external design features sharp lines and sophistication. The key features claims are not far from existing smartphones as it also makes use of Android KitKat OS with a 13-megapixel rear camera. Hence, consumers will be mainly purchasing the titanium and gold trim on this one.