Although HTC Exodus 1 is probably a more familiar name that many would associate with the blockchain smartphone concept, Finney is actually the world's first blockchain smartphone. Developed by Sirin Labs, Finney is now commercially available for anyone eager to play cryptocurrency.
Originally announced in September 2017, Finney specifications and pricing were announced in May. If you have pre-ordered using the company's Sirin Labs (SRN) tokens, you already get a $ 100 cheaper phone. Otherwise you will have to pay $ 1,000 for Finney.
After completing a direct sale, establishing a partnership with Foxconn, and entrusting Leo Messi with his brand ambassador, Sirin Labs plans to join the Amazon Launchpad program in January 2019, which should allow the company to launch the program. company to put his smartphone much more easily in the hands of his customers.
Finney offers a high-end hardware configuration including a 6-inch display with FHD + (2160 x 1080 pixels) and an 18: 9 image format, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory internal.
In addition, the blockchain smartphone is equipped with a 12-megapixel rear camera, an 8-megapixel selfie snapper and an "ultra-secure" fingerprint sensor. Finney is powered by a 3000 mAh battery and uses SIRIN OS, an ultra-secure and Google-certified Android device.
Finney incorporates a multi-layered cyber security suite that includes cyber-threat detection on the online and offline device, protection against network attacks, host-based attacks, and insecure device definitions.
Finally, Finney comes with a unique concierge-like service, called TCS (Token Conversion Service), which allows users to perform encrypted transactions for coins and tokens supported without the hassle of 39; exchanges. At launch, TCS will support ETH (Etherium), BTC (Bitcoin), and SRN (Sirin Labs).