SIRIN LABS FINNEY Blockchain Phone With Cyber-Secured Crypto Wallet Announced

    Blockchain phone is not usual (at least as of now). There are companies that we are looking forward to presenting the blockchain phones in the market. Well, SIRIN LABS has commercially launched its first blockchain smartphone – SIRIN LABS FINNEY.

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    SIRIN LABS FINNEY Blockchain Phone

    The SIRIN LABS FINNEY packs in a 6-inch Full HD+ 18:9 display with a notch, paired with 128GB storage. It packs a 12 MP rear and an 8MP front camera. It runs on SIRIN OS (based on Android), which offers a truly mobile blockchain experience with an embedded cold storage crypto wallet.


    According to the company, the SIRIN OS is an infrastructure platform for secure mobile transactions to enable blockchain functionality within a mobile environment. The company plans to open two flagship concept stores in London in December and later in Tokyo in January 2019. Not just that, the London store will also function as a blockchain academy, says the company.

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    The SIRIN OS enables the unique functionality of FINNEY including the cold storage crypto wallet and the native crypto wallet application, a behavioral machine learning based multi-layered cybersecurity suite, the Token Conversion Service (TCS) and embedded dCENTER.


    The SIRIN LABS FINNEY comes with a unique sliding design of the Safe Screen and operates as the gateway to the crypto world with the help of cold storage wallet, and also with the dedicated hardware and software.

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    The FINNEY smartphone is priced at US$999 (~Rs. 69,645) and is now available for sale on SIRIN LABS website and will join the Amazon Launchpad programme in January. The Israel-based company is looking for strategic OEMs to implement SIRIN OS in consumer devices too.


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