Vertu Announces Flagship Web3 With 18GB RAM, Here Are Other Notable Facts About It

The trend of smartphone brands to power their upcoming devices with Web3 seems to be rapidly starting around the world. Vertu, a luxury mobile phone brand based in London, recently announced that their next flagship called ‘Metavertu’ will come with a bunch of Web3 features. For example, the device will be able to run its own blockchain node and convert visual files into non-fungible tokens (NFTs) with a single click. Metavertu phones will go on sale starting November 3.

“We wanted to reinvent the smartphone to reduce complexity Web3,” one Decrypt the report recently quoted Vertu CEO Gary Chan as saying.

Users of this phone will be able to create wallets in a few clicks with private keys protected by the phone’s trusted execution environment (TEE). The device will also provide owners with access to a set of decentralized applications (dapps) through a familiar, Android style display.

Provided by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, 6.67-inch AMOLED display, and 4,600mAh battery – this phone has a rather odd price tag. Its entry-level model will sell for around $3,600 (about Rs. 3 lakh). This variant will come with 12GB RAM and 512GB internal storage.

This Web3 top-end model is priced at $41,000 (approximately Rs 34 lakh). This lavish variant will be covered with diamonds, 18K gold, as well as Himalayan crocodile skin, and will sport 18GB RAM and 1TB storage.

“Such a Web3 phone offers the perfect starting point for users’ digital sovereignty and blockchain infrastructure that can truly help users create their own value. Vertu will offer booking customers an NFT airdrop with special benefits,” a press note about the marked device.

Furthermore, Metavertu smartphones will be able to switch between Web2 mode – the standard Android operating system – to Web3 mode, at the user’s convenience.

Rumors surrounding this Web3 smartphone have certainly stirred up excitement on the Twitter.

This is not the first time smartphonehowever, it is being launched with Web3 features. Earlier this week, more revelations about Smartphone Saga, powered by Solana, appeared in the headlines. Along with a built-in Seed Vault installed to securely store all private keys associated with the device, the phone will have a ceramic back and stainless steel frame.

The smartphone will focus on improving the overall user experience across all dApps. Users will be able to sign all transactions digitally using the read fingerprint sensor.

Previously, the Exodus line of HTC, Samsung’s Sirin Labs’ KlaytnPhone and Finney phone also managed to make strides in the arena, but failed to make a big splash in the market.

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