One of the world's largest manufacturers of mobile devices Huawei is considering the possibility of creating a smartphone with built-in support for blockchain applications. This is reported by Bloomberg.
Referring to "sources familiar with the situation," the publication notes that the Chinese telecom giant is in talks with the startu. It allows user to run blockchain applications along with standard programs for Android.
Representatives of Huawei and Sirin Labs confirmed to Bloomberg information that the negotiations were in progress, but the specific results are not yet known.
As known, Sirin Labs is also working to develop its own blockchain-based smartphone. The company is planning to sell its Finney phone for about $1,000 after the second half of this year and has pre-orders for more than 25,000 units, according to Sirin Labs spokesman Nimrod May.