This is the Solana Saga – it’s an Android phone produced by Solana’s mobile arm that costs $1000. Saga was first announced on June 23rd of last year. And less than a year later, they’ve already begun shipping. Quite an impressive delivery time in crypto terms, but this should be no surprise since the co-founder of Solana, Anatoly Yakovenko, has over a decade of experience working at Qualcomm. So he knows a thing or two about mobile products.
Saga aims to become a crucial stepping stone in bringing web3 into our pockets. Users of the Solana chain can use the Saga to buy and sell NFTs, sign transactions, and self custody assets on the go through biometric solutions. I’ve been playing around with it for a week now, and it’s pretty neat stuff.
So let’s dive into why the SAGA could be a total game changer for web3 adoption, and whether or not it can survive a drop test.
1:52 Technical Specs
2:45 Seed Vault
3:16 dApp Store
3:27 Saga Rewards
4:17 dApp test #1: Jupiter
4:33 dApp test #2: Minty Fresh
6:16 Drop Test
6:59 Who’s the Saga for?
Intro track: MF DOOM Type Beat – “The Bomb_2” by 766N
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