HTC Exodus 1 Binance Edition Launched for $599

HTC Exodus 1 Binance Edition Launched for $599

Previously market leading Taiwanese phone maker HTC just launched a new variant of their very unique Exodus 1 – meet the HTC Exodus 1 Binance Edition.

The HTC Exodus 1 Binance Edition will be world’s first Binance Chain-ready smartphone for cryptocurrency enthusiasts and traders. It’ll indeed integrate the apps Zion Vault and Binance DEX to allow users to exchange encryption on the platform directly from their smartphone. In addition, the Binance and Trust Wallet apps will be pre-installed on the handset.

HTC Exodus 1 Binance Edition Launched for $599

HTC Exodus 1 Binance Edition Launched for $599

Binance is a famous and one of the biggest global cryptocurrency exchange platform in the world. Bringing this platform into the smartphone means the device basically becomes a PoS terminal and a payment device, eliminating most of the other intermediaries and making cryptocurrencies more mainstream.

The HTC Exodus 1 Binance Edition has been announced at the “Super Meetup” currently taking place in Singapore. The device comes just around a year after the first Exodus 1 which was purchasable in either Bitcoin (BTC) or Ether (ETH).

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HTC Exodus 1 Binance Edition Launched for $599

The new Binance Edition can also be purchased with cryptocurrency on the official website at the price of $599 USD or $889 Singapore dollars.

It’s worth noting that consumers who buy the Exodus 1 will get an exclusive mobile phone case specially tailored by the Binance team.

Full Specifications:

OS Running Android O, Pie coming in November
APPLICATIONS PROCESSOR Working on the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 845 mobile platform
DURABILITY Dust-resistant and waterproof to a rating of IP68, guaranteeing protection in up to 1.5 meters of water for up to 30 minutes
DISPLAY 6 inch Quad HD+ display with 18:9 aspect ratio
CAMERA 12MP+16MP dual main camera with high-quality zoom

8MP dual front camera with natural Bokeh

Full 4K video at 60fps


What do you guys think about the move by HTC in this very niche market? Anybody here interested in getting this phone? Let us know in the comments section below!


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