HTC Exodus 1s cryptocurrency blockchain phone reveals €219
HTC announced Latest Exodus 1s Device for your Crypto Currencies for Future of Blockchain Technology. It Completely Runs on a Bitcoin Node Focused for Cryptocurrency Enthusiasts. HTC Launched there U12+ Earlier this Year and this Device is a Successor.
It comes with a 5.7-Inch Screen With an 18:9 HD+ Display Panel. In the Terms of the camera, The Device Housing a Single Rear and Front is 13MP PDAF Sensor on the Rear Panel along a LED Flash Light.
Camera Doesn’t Support AutoFocus, Meanwhile the Device Support Two SIM Card With 4G+ and 3G Standby Dual, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 4.1. To Power the Device it Equipped with a 3,000mAh battery and The Device Run on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
Under the Hood, The Device is Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 Soc Coupled With 4GB of Ram and 64GB of Onboard Storage. However, The Device Remain a 3.5mm audio jack and Micro USB Port. The Devie Feature a “Web 3” Browser and Security Provide via Zion Vault. In this case, you have to Login to Zion and It Gives you Biometric Solution for Authentication.
The Devie Completely Run on Bitcoin node Which takes Possibility a 400GB MicroSD Card means it Can Verify and Complete Transaction. Where this Could Takes ~260GB and More. Furthermore, there is also a 1TB MicroSD available. Moreover, This Device is Using a Zion Wallet to Store Cryptocurrency and allow to Recieve Several Cryptocurrency.
HTC Exodus 1s is available to Pre-Order for ~$244 on HTC Offical Website. While the Device is Currently available to Purchase in purchase in Europe, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
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