After being out of the market for a while, Sirin Labs returns to the ring with Finney, a new device that will be focused on the blockchain, a technology that was developed after the creation of cryptocurrencies, which also conceived the company.
In order to carry out this project, the company joined forces with Foxconn International Holding (FIH) and from that came the first smartphone that will use Sirin’s own token to carry out cryptographic operations.
In this way, secure transactions can be carried out safely, as well as having access to the cryptocurrency portfolio, decentralized apps and everything related to the crypto world.
It should be noted that the cell phone was not designed to operate with popular cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin or Ethereum.
Finney has a Snapdragon 845 chip, a capacity of 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of expandable storage; as for its rear camera is 12 megapixels while the front has 8 megapixels and with respect to its battery, it is quite average with 3,280 mAh and a fast charge of up to 50% of its capacity in just half an hour.
The screens it contains are the most attractive element it has for users, since the first one is 6 inches and the second, which is a touch screen is 2 inches and slides up; the purpose of this attribute (the touch screen) is to perform cryptocurrency transactions.
Similarly, it has a triple authentication system that starts with the fingerprint, a pattern of unlocking and a pattern of behavior patterns, these make it be considered as an ultra-secure version of Android.
The official launch of the mobile phone created by the Taiwanese firm, which will cost approximately $ 999, is in November of this year.