At an event in New York City, Solana Labs CEO Anatoly Yakovenko announced the launch of Saga, an Android phone built specifically for Web3. It will be one of the industry’s first attempts to bring Web3 technology to mobile devices.
Solana, one of the largest blockchains in crypto, is expecting to "kickstart a new mobile ecosystem" that will allow users to access dApps and other Web3 technologies on the go
See why it’s the first of its kind
Solana Phone will come preloaded with a dApp store and the company's SDK. It will provide access to a decentralized application (dApp), where users can download decentralized trading platforms and NFT marketplaces, making it easy for developers to create and deploy apps for the device. In addition, the device will feature hardware-based security measures to protect users' private keys.
The phone is designed to be a powerful tool for users of the Solana protocol, with high throughput and low fees. The team behind the phone is committed to making it a participant in the governance of the Solana network.
The new era of mobile devices begins
With Saga, Solana is positioning itself as a leader in the emerging Web3 ecosystem. The phone's dApp store will be a key part of this. And with support for popular blockchain protocols like Ethereum, Bitcoin, and EOS, Saga will be a powerful tool for anyone looking to get involved with Web3.
The company believes that this will help grow the adoption of Web3 technologies and promote the development of a more open and decentralized internet.
So if you're excited about the potential of decentralized technologies, keep an eye on Solana. It might be the key to unlocking the true power of the Web3 ecosystem.