Vertu releases first Web3 Phone Metavertu, up to 10TB storage for over $41,000
VERTU is a well-known brand among many ultra-high-end luxury mobile phones. As early as the Nokia era, VERTU mobile phones were well known for their luxurious and high-end quality and price. Yesterday, VERTU released a new generation of models - METAVERTU in London. The Metavertu, which billed as the first "Web3 phone", can run its own blockchain node and turn photos and videos into NFTs.
This phone has changed the image of the past and directly uses the top-level configuration. It not only uses Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen1, is equipped with a 144Hz AMOLED display, but also is equipped with 18GB of running memory and 1TB of storage. Moreover, through WEB3 technology, it can achieve up to 10TB of distributed storage.
In addition, the phone has no reservations on camera, using the IMX787 35mm humanistic main camera plus 9x optical telephoto camera, and this phone supports fast charging technology, which can be fully charged in 20 minutes.
In terms of security, it also has a built-in A5 security chip based on the SE+TEE architecture, which complies with the security specifications of top international financial institutions, making the owner's personal information more secure.
Metavertu can switch between Web2 mode (the standard Android operating system on most smartphones) and Web3 mode. Users can create a wallet with just a few clicks, with private keys protected by the phone's Trusted Execution Environment (TEE), and access a suite of decentralized applications (dapps) through a friendly Android-style interface.
This METAVERTU mobile phone will be officially launched on November 3, and there are six options. The entry-level METAVERTU carbon fiber model starts at $3,600, and the high-end crocodile leather model with 18K gold and diamonds is priced up to $41,000.