Ten Things To Know About The World’s Most Expensive Smartphone

Customers have plenty of options when they look for a new smartphone. The market has so many smartphones at great prices that is sometimes very difficult to make a decision. There are also a few smartphones that cost a little more than the rest, but are guaranteed to bring you the latest in technology. But there’s a new smartphone out now that makes the price of the rest look cheap. We’re talking about the world’s most expensive smartphone, Solarin, which has already been released at their London store.

Solarin SmartphoneThe big price tag has made news around the world, but many still don’t know about its features, so here we have ten things to know about the latest release from Sirin Labs:

  • Sirin Labs was founded back in 2013 and recently caught the attention of everyone with the announcement and release of the Solarin smartphone, which is said to be the most secure mobile in the world.
  • The company officially released its Android smartphone at an event in London two days ago. Sirin Labs raised over $72 million to launch its new smartphone.
  • The pricey smartphone is all about security but it also comes with a good camera. The Solarin features a 24-megapixel camera with laser autofocus. The front facing camera is 8-megapixels.
  • The starting price is $14,000, which makes it the world’s most expensive smartphone. That is a lot more than the rest of the smartphones in the market, but a few customers will be interested in its advanced privacy technology.
  • The Solarin smartphone comes with a 5.5-inch display with Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels) resolution.
  • It comes with a 4,000mAh battery and 4GB of RAM. The storage is 128GB and the smartphone comes with Qualcomm Quick Charge for fast charging.
  • The IP54 certification makes the smartphone water and dust proof.
  • The Solarin smartphone is currently available on its store in London. It will be available in other countries in the next few months. According to TechCrunch, customers will need a valid passport to buy the smartphone.
  • The smartphone runs Android 5.1 Lollipop rather than Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
  • There is a switch in the back that turns on security for your calls and messages.

The Solarin smartphone is available now at their official website and at their flagship store in London.

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Sean Farlow
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