The Samsung Galaxy S IV Not Enough Of A Status Symbol For You? Pick Up This $2,200 Gold Model

| May 21, 2013 | Reply

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There are people out there in the world that have more money than they know what to do with. These lucky SOBs are the ones that you can see on the Wealth channel in their fancy cars, planes, or yachts while on the way to a wicked cool vacation spot. The luxury products don’t stop at the huge ticket items though, and the ensemble isn’t fully complete without some bling. From gold plated grillz to diamond encrusted sunglasses there isn’t a single accessory out there that can’t be all blinged out.

These days not even smartphones are immune from the excess and gaudiness that the Richie Riches among us have come to expect, and if you are one of those people that needs a little sparkle on every object in your home then you don’t need to look any further than a company called Goldgenie USA.

What Goldgenie has done is taken Samsung’s 2013 flagship handset, the Galaxy S IV, and made it so that every rapper on the planet would be proud to share screen time alongside it in their next video. The company is no stranger to the mobile world either as they have a history of doing this to Apple products like the iPad and iPhone series as well as some Blackberry models.

This “upgraded” Galaxy S IV is available in three different variations, 24ct. Gold, Rose Gold or Platinum band and they come in at a cost of $2,200. Up from between the on contract “regular” models that run consumers between $199.99 and $250 depending on their carrier. For their money customers will get this version of the Galaxy S IV along with a very nice Luxury Cherry Oak Finished Box in which to store their expensive toy.

Other than the exterior changes this version of the GSIV will feature the familiar 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor, 13MP camera, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, as well as the full suite of new Samsung services and apps that were put on display during the device’s launch event. As far as carrier compatibility goes, the website has the following disclaimer in all caps: “ALL OUR SAMSUNGS ARE SIM FREE AND UNLOCKED TO WORK ON ANY NETWORK IN THE WORLD”.

So if you are in the market for the new Samsung Galaxy S IV and have a few extra grand to spend on the device to boot, then head on over to Goldgenie to add this to your bling collection.

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Joe is a Boston based Android reporter his current devices include The Nexus 4 & The Nexus 7