Finally, a phone that makes iPhone seem reasonably price – Lamborghini’s just launched luxury Android smartphone, the Alpha One, which is in line with the brand’s premium luxury sports car series. An alternative (still expensive) to owning an actual Lambo will cost you just around Rs 1.5 lakhs.

Lamborghini develops some of the very luxurious (and equally pricey) sport vehicles that has left and is still leaving thousands – drooling over; but unfortunately, most of those Lambo-fan dudes don’t have that kind of mass in their pockets to buy an actual Lambo. But one can afford one and half a grand in the name of passion, right? Torino Lamborghini has recently launched an Android smartphone called the Alpha One is made with the finest materials including handcrafted Italian leather, liquid alloy which is claimed to be stronger than titanium and that Lamborghini Raging Bull logo, which symbolizes strength, courage, determination and boldness.

The luxurious Android 7.0 smartphone comes with a dual-SIM support, 20-megapixel rear-facing camera with optical and digital stabilization, Dolby dual speakers, an outdated but must be ‘classy’ Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM, 64 GB expandable memory, a 3,250 mAh battery and sports a 5.5-inch display with Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution – specs roughly similar to any high-end device which would cost less than a third of the sticker price on Alpha One. The phone is available for buying in UK and UAE, so if you are really willing to buy a Lambo – then you can grab one from Harrods in UK or the Dubai Mall but just don’t forget to take $2500 (Rs 1,57,130 to be precise); and it is also available online.

About who will buy this phone? It is a matter of choice – some people who are maybe glamourous, or who enjoy leather a lot, or know the value of luxury or maybe need a tougher than titanium corrosion resistant phone. While spending such a fortune over well a phone might seem to be a wacky deed to most of us, this world is filled with ‘different’ kinds of people and money does make a person fancily gaudy; and spenders are gonna spend anyway.