HTC Exodus 1s is coming. Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer has announced that it will launch another crypto smartphone with Exit 1s. This new cellphone will be a cheaper version of the HTC Exodus 1 which was launched last year. At this time HTC does not announce many details to the upcoming smartphone. However, the company announced that the telephone would sell for between $ 250 (around Rs 17,500) and $ 300 (around Rs 21,000). The company also said that Output 1 can manage full Bitcoin nodes.
According to a report by Engadget HTC Exodus 1s at the end of the third quarter of 2019 will be on the market. from cryptoLooks, including Bitcoin, Ether and Litecoin.
HTC also released GitHub’s Sit Vault SDK, which allows developers to play code and possibly develop better software.
“We know the community is needed to ensure strength and security, so it’s important for the Exodus team to have the best tools available to our community,” said a statement from HTC.
Even though HTC doesn’t share Exodus 1s specifications, one of the main features of this smartphone is the ability to maintain a complete Bitcoin node. Nodes are used to validate and retransmit transactions on the Blockchain and an important part of the Bitcoin infrastructure for smooth cryptoLight operations.
According to HTC, there are no complete nodes in the Bitcoin network and hope that the availability of Exodus 1 with full node support will help the entire ecosystem. The company noted that Output 1s requires a special SD card to store all Bitcoin books, which are currently around 200GB. The cellphone itself may have a “truncated version” of installed memory. “The cut version” has around 10 GB.
HTC also announced that the original Exodus 1 phone will also receive full Bitcoin Node support at the launch of Exodus 1.
The original HTC Exodus 1 was launched last October and sent in December. Initially it was only available through Bitcoin, Ether and Litecoin.