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Launch of the "Saga" Android Phone by Solana Labs

24-Jun-2022 By: Somesh Gaur
Launch of the "Saga"

Launch of the "Saga" Android Phone by Solana Labs

Solana Labs CEO Anatoly Yakovenko earlier today revealed the most recent advancements with the blockchain technology. A new Android phone called "Saga" would also be released as part of the Solana Mobile Stack.

The Solana Mobile Stack was unveiled today by Solana Mobile, a brand-new division of Solana Labs. It is a software framework that is available as open source for enabling native Android web3 apps on Solana. Saga, a premium Android smartphone, was also created using the new Solana Mobile Stack.

“Since the current gatekeeper approach is no longer effective, developers have been prevented for far too long from producing truly decentralised mobile apps.” Anatoly Yakovenko made the statement.

According to reports, Saga is an Android smartphone with distinctive functionality and features that are firmly linked with Solana. The phone will have a 6.6-inch display, 512 GB of storage, as well as built-in private key security mechanisms.

On the other side, Solana Mobile Stack (SMS) gives developers a fresh set of frameworks for wallets and apps that help them build engaging mobile experiences on Solana, the self-described "world's most performant blockchain." Alongside Android, Solana Mobile Stack will function.

In order to reach this milestone, decentralised apps on our mobile devices must be possible, according to Raj Gokal, co-founder of Solana, who claims that Solana can fundamentally alter a great deal of what we do every day.

“Because there hasn't been a mobile-centric strategy to private key management, we live our lives on our mobile devices, with the exception of web3. The Solana Mobile Stack demonstrates a new direction for Solana that is open source, safe, web3-optimized, and simple to use.” Anatoly Yakovenko said. 

A mobile wallet adapter, seed vault, Solana pay for Android, and a Solana dApp store are some of the initial features of the Solana Mobile Stack SDK. Additionally today, the Solana Foundation announced $10 million in ecosystem development grants for programmers using the Solana Mobile Stack.

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