Schematics of the phone shows it has a single camera, support for storage expansion, and nano-SIM support.
When the Exodus launches, it will support Bitcoin, Ethereum and a few other major networks, though HTC expects to add support for other cryptocurrencies in the future. Previously, he co-developed the Vive VR headset, and is responsible for the company's blockchain efforts.
The HTC Exodus will support underlying protocols, including Bitcoin, Lightning Networks, Ethereum, Dfinity, and others.
HTC is making a new blockchain smartphone that the company explains on the Exodus landing page: "Our vision is to expand the blockchain ecosystem by creating the world's first phone dedicated to decentralized applications and security".
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HTC has not shared any release date or price of the phone but it has been now listed on its website (even on HTC India) for bookings.
All the usual stuff like hardware or pricing is still far off. "Together, we want to craft the best blockchain & decentralized application experiences to end consumers".
With APIs and a trusted hardware stack that includes the kernel and secure enclave, the phone will connect to various wallets.
According to The Next Web, HTC's blockchain phone will be called Exodus and is scheduled for a release at some point in October.
However, HTC has still not announced the price of the smartphone but the company is reportedly considering accepting cryptocurrency as a form of payment for the device. There's no word on when the Exodus will be made official, but we should get more details later today.