When it comes to smart phones, you might barely trust a brand new brand in the market. After all, it takes years of credibility and marketing for a brand to make it popular. However, a completely new name has emerged among smartphone makers that promise features so big that you cannot ignore its presence. Say hello to Vertu, an ex-Nokia sub brand that is now completely on its own. Its latest smart phone Metavertu is the world’s first WEB3 phone that comes with memory of upto 18 GB and 10TB storage. A whooping huge spec to offer, the phone has no links with Meta whatsoever.
Web3 is being marketed as a latest vision for internet that is better. It bases operations on crypto, blockchain as well as NFTs. While Web1 was about read-only, Web2 is now about read-write, Web3 would be about read-write-own. Web3 intends to provide ownership of the digital assets in unprecedented forms.
Looking Deeper Into Metavertu
The phone comes loaded with power specs that are too good to be true. These include-
- 144 Hz ultra-high-brush based AMOLED screen
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 version
- 18 GB RAM
- 1 TB Native Storage
- 10 TB distributed storage as a Web3 phone
- 50 MP IMX787 cam
- Optical telephoto quality lens
- 4,600 mAh battery
- 20 minute-charging
- Built-in A5 chip with SE and TEE tech
- Anti-intrusion sensor
An end note
The primary goal of the phone seems to be provision of security as well as privacy portfolio. Its software is proprietary and the hardware offers a solid security experience. With METAVERTU, you need to press a button to switch from Web 2.0 to the Web 3.0 operating system. METAVERTU has launched on 3rd November and is available in six options having carbon fiber and the “entry-level” price is around CNY 25,800 or $3,558. Its premium Crocodile leather-based model could cost CNY 300,000 or $41,372.