Introducing Saga – a blockchain-based flagship smartphone for Web 3.0

Introducing Saga – a blockchain-based flagship smartphone for Web 3.0

Introducing Saga – a blockchain-based flagship smartphone for Web 3.0

News unit In the beginning of this year, news about the release of smartphones With the name OSOM OV1 from the design engineers

OSOM OV1, which is now introduced as Saga, was a high-end smartphone with remarkable specifications such as being equipped with an advanced processor Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 cores and like Samsung products, Apple and Google from communication option Ultr Use a-Wideband or UWB. It was also expected that this phone will have a large battery that the user can use all day. Being equipped with a 5G connection and having a 48 megapixel main camera were other features that OSOM OV1 was supposed to have.

But on Thursday, June 23 of this year (July 2, 1401), Solana Mobile, a subsidiary of Solana Labs, during an event in New York City unveils Saga smartphone based on blockchain technology Notified. In this event, the Solana company, which operates in the field of Solana cryptocurrency, also presented the Solana Mobile Stack platform to the audience, which is a framework for Android and allows developers to have high-quality experiences in the field of wallets and Solana applications. Make. In addition, a feature called Secure Element is also considered for private key management in this platform.

Anatoly Yakovenko, one of the founders of Solana, says about this: “Approximately 7 billion people worldwide use phones Smart use and more than 100 million people have digital assets, and these figures will continue to grow in the future. Saga initiates a new standard for the web3 [3rd generation decentralized internet] experience on mobile.” We chose the name Saga because the story of crypto is still evolving. [This phone is actually] the next chapter of this story and we believe that the introduction of crypto to the phone industry will lead to greater acceptance of this field, better understanding and more opportunities in it”.

Saga design by the company OSOM is a developer of privacy-focused Android tools and has previously produced hardware for Google, Apple, Intel, and several other major companies. Fully integrated with the Solana blockchain, Saga will be able to create transactions on web3 and support digital assets including tokens and NFTs.

According to the information published on the manufacturer’s website, the Saga smartphone is equipped with a 6.67-inch OLED screen and For processing matters from the flagship mobile platform Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 uses Qualcomm’s new chipset with 10% faster speed and a significant reduction in consumption. The RAM of the device has a capacity of 12 GB and 512 GB of internal memory is placed next to it. The battery of the device is 4,100 mAh and supports wireless charging technology. There are two cameras on the back of the Saga, the main camera is 50 megapixels with f/1.8 and its structure is IMX766 Sony is used. The second camera is a 12-megapixel ultra-wide model with a Sony IMX373 sensor, whose aperture is f/2.2 and covers a 120-degree field of view. This phone will apparently be equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 and the fingerprint sensor is located on the back of the device. Saga is expected to enter the market in early 2023 with a price of around one thousand dollars and will be available to users in America, Canada, United Kingdom and European Union. Those interested in buying this product can register their order by paying $100, which will be refundable. Additionally, the Solana Mobile Stack Development Kit is now available to developers.

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