The crypto community has been waiting to use the Solana mobile Saga, which was introduced last year.
Solana Labs’ subsidiary Solana Mobile earlier announced that the Saga mobile powered with Web3 features will be available in early 2023. Currently, the Saga is available for pre-order on the website.
According to sources, the Solana Mobile Saga is to debut next week. Moreover, Solana Mobile’s official Twitter handle has been dropping several hints this week that the Saga mobile is already ready for the next phase.
Solana Mobile refers to the Saga as a mobile phone for people to easily and securely transact in web3, trade tokens, mint NFTs, gaming on-chain, access dApps, etc.
“A premium mobile experience that enables you to trade tokens while waiting in line for coffee, mint NFTs on your morning commute, and have instant access to the dApps you love most, anywhere, anytime – all powered by Android.”
The Solana Mobile Saga has a dApp Store, the Seed Vault wallet, the Solana Mobile Stack dApps building toolkit and an Android build environment, Saga Pass, and other features. OSOM, a leading Android development company, ensures the Saga mobile has the best camera, storage, processor, and other premium hardware experience.
Currently, the Solana team is providing Solana Pass, an exclusive ticket to the Solana Mobile Stack Ecosystem, offering 10,000 people a limited-release collection of NFTs. Only the first 10,000 people that pre-prder Saga will get the NFTs. Also, the Solana Pass holders will get their mobiles first and early access to Saga rewards.
Solana (SOL) Price Jumps Ahead of Launch
Solana (SOL) price continued to rally this week as traders amid rising speculation of the Solana Mobile Saga launch this month. The SOL price is currently trading at $23.60, up 2% in the last 24 hours and 10% in a week. The 24-hour low and high are $22.97 and $23.93, respectively.
Developers and key individuals have already received their Saga, with pictures all over social media.
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