Sirin to unleash world’s first secured, classified Bitcoin smartphone and PC

Sirin Labs, FINNEY

The upcoming Sirin Labs products are expected to operate on their own cryptocurrncy token and will appear with built-in resource-sharing potentials

The European-based global smartphone manufacturer Sirin Labs has introduced the final design of FINNEY, the world’s first of its kind Block chain cryptocurrency smartphone. Along with this the company will also come up with a state-of-the-art PC especially designed to deal with blockchain functionalities.

The upcoming Sirin Labs products are expected to operate on their own cryptocurrncy token and will appear with built-in resource-sharing potentials. Labeled as niche devices in the market, the bitocin PC will carry the price tag of $799 and the handset will appear at a price of $999.

According to Sirin official website, the specifications of FINNEY phone includes:

  • 5.2-inch QHD Display
  • 256GB of internal memory storage
  • 8GB RAM
  • Wi-Fi 802.11ac
  • BT 5.0
  • 16MP Main camera
  • 12MP Wide-Angle selfie camera

The specifications of FINNEY PC includes:

  • 24-inch (diagonal) 2K Display
  • Biometric security sensors
  • 8GB Memory
  • 256GB storage
  • Wi-Fi 802.11ac

The CEO of Sirin Labs, Moshe Hogeg is bigwig in the firm who’s also one of the key innovators of bitcoin phones. The Solarin was the last Sirin manufactured smartphone that appeared with a price tag of $16,000 and is regarded as one of the world’s most secured smartrphone. It was speculated that Sirin’s idea was to manufacture phones especially for celebrities and secret agents to keep their data classified.

Moshe Hogeg in an interview with TNW said, “It will integrate a highly secure wallet for cryptocurrency cold-storage, to ensure security, and it also has a lot of blockchain technology. For example you can use the devices as a shared resource center. If you and I were travelling and I needed to charge my phone you could share your battery power with me in exchange for tokens. I could share my data plan with someone in exchange for tokens or become a hot-spot.”

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