This week saw the first reviews of the HTC Exodus 1 blockchain phone, as ‘Genesis Block’ pre-orders started to ship. However, threatening to steal HTC’s thunder came crypto-related trademark applications from Samsung, amid speculation features may arrive early next year. HTC Exodus Arrival So it’s finally here; 7 months on from its announcement in May, the first units of the HTC Exodus 1 have shipped. Throughout those 7 months, hyperbole has flowed, but actual detail has been scant; so what do we know now it has arrived? Not an awful lot, as it turns out. A YouTube review by BitsBeTrippin, left more questions than answers, partly through a failure to connect the phone to a network. Running Android O, the phone still looks pretty cool though, with a translucent rear case exposing its innards. And the default web browser on the phone is Brave, which pays users in the form of a native BAT token 00 for watching adverts. Dead On Arrival? The reviewer was unsure as to the phone’s claimed..
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