Although HTC Exodus 1 is probably a more famous name that many would associate with the term blockchain smartphone, Finney…
Although HTC Exodus 1 is probably a more famous name that many would associate with the term blockchain smartphone, Finney is in fact the world’s first blockchain smartphone. Finney is developed by Sirin Labs, and is now commercially available to anyone who can not wait to dabble with kryptocurrency.
Originally disclosed in September 2017, Finney’s specifications and prices were announced in May. If you have made a pre-order with the company’s Sirin Labs Tokens (SRN), you have already received $ 100 cheaper, otherwise you will have to pay $ 1,000 for Finney.
After completing a successful crowdsale, collaborating with Foxconn and signing Leo Messi as a brand ambassador, Sirin Labs plans to join the Amazon Launchpad program in January 201
9, which would allow the company to take its smartphone to customers’ hands much easier.
Finney has an advanced hardware configuration that includes a 6-inch FHD + (2160 x 1080 pixel) and 18: 9 aspect ratio display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory.
The Blockchain smartphone also has a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera, 8-megapixel selfie snapper and an “extremely secure” fingerprint sensor. Finney is powered by a 3000 mAh battery and runs SIRIN OS, an ultrafast and Google certified fork of Android.
Finney Invites A Multilayer Cybersecurity Suite That Offers Online and Offline Identity Protection Against Networking, Network Attack Protection, Host-Based Attacks, and Uncertainty Device Definitions.
Finney comes last but not least, with a unique concierge-like service called TCS (Token Conversion Service), enabling users to make crypto transactions for coins and tokens supported without being difficult to replace. At the launch, TCS will support ETH (Etherium), BTC (Bitcoin) and SRN (Sirin Labs Tokens).