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For lovers of cryptocurrencies and NFTs, a special crypto-background will be created: price $1000

The Solana Saga smartphone will allow you to effectively manage digital assets.

The American company OSOM plans to present a smartphone called Solana Saga in 2023. It will feature several features that digital asset owners will love. Device details uncovered edition of liliputing.com.

It is assumed that the new smartphone model will provide protection for cryptocurrencies and files with non-fungible tokens (NFTs) attached to them. The company claims that users have already begun to place pre-orders.

At the dawn of development, the gadget was called OSOM OV1, but later the manufacturer signed a cooperation contract with Solana, a company operating in the cryptocurrency industry. Thanks to this, not only the name of the device has changed, but also a special functionality has appeared that allows holders to safely manage their digital assets, namely cryptocurrency, altcoins and NFTs.

The smartphone will be equipped with Android OS and a pre-installed mobile stack from Solana, which the company describes as “an Android framework that allows developers to create new mobile products for wallets and applications on Solana and create a “Secure Element” for managing private keys.”

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Solana Saga smartphone render

On board the smartphone, users will find:

  • 8-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1,
  • cellular modem Snapdragon X65 5G,
  • 12 GB RAM,
  • 512 GB flash memory.
  • 6.55″ FHD+ AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate and 700cd/m2 brightness,
  • 16 MP selfie camera with Sony IMX481 sensor,
  • dual main camera with sensors for 50 million and 12 million pixels.
  • wifi 6,
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • NFC Controller,
  • Fingerprint’s scanner,
  • 4100 mAh battery,
  • Qi wireless charging.

The dimensions of the device are 166.2 × 75.9 × 7.99 mm, the weight is 195 g. The Solana Saga smartphone will be sold at a price of $1000.

Earlier, we reported that the Russian State Duma will impose on citizens applications that should replace imports of foreign software products.

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