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HTC Exodus 1 block chain mobile phone official concept map
HTC has used the slogan "TAKE BACK THE INTERNET" to show its determination to redefine the future of the Internet through Exodus Block Chain handsets and recapture the glory of the past. In HTC's view, the future of Internet trend data is king, and the de-centralization of block-chain technology combined with the longest-used personal device, cell phones, will create a de-centralized data age.
In 2018, bitcoin collapsed and the chain was cold.
It is true, however, that since the second half of 2018, policies have tightened control over virtual currencies, and the price of bitcoins has plummeted. It is not too much to describe a collapse. Nowadays, the concepts of virtual currency and block chain are no longer mentioned by people, and some early industries under the banner of block chain have been aborted or died. But what I never expected is that HTC Exodus 1 block chain mobile phone has insisted on it.
But in some careful netizens after the actual comparison found that the so-called block chain phone HTC Exodus 1 is not HTC this year released the flagship model U12? Both the transparent Explorer shell and the hardware configuration are almost identical, so you can say that Exodus 1 is actually a block chain version of U12.
Is HTC Exodus 1 a vest version of U12?
Can Exodus 1 be defined as a vest of U12? It turns out that there are some differences between them, such as Exodus 1, which supports security technologies with block chain mechanisms. For example, it can disassemble your key and store it distributed by different friends. Even if your phone is lost, you can retrieve your key through these contacts. Of course, this data is encrypted, your friends can not steal your password ~
In today's highly developed smartphones, people are pouring almost all of the innovative technologies and advanced ideas, and all of the changes are based on the premise that unprecedented good experience. Perhaps block-chain technology is a great invention, and its "de-centralization" concept can completely overthrow the future of the entire Internet, but it's still a long way off.
Design sketch of HTC Exodus 1
Can HTC reinvigorate the past with its Exodus blockchain phone? Obviously the answer is not optimistic. The concept phone is just a generic block-chain concept software that doesn't make a disruptive change from a user experience point of view. These so-called security measures are not enough to entice users to make purchase decisions, nor are they enough to support a moat in technology for HTC because it is too easy to "copy".
Through HTC Exodus block chain mobile phone, we seem to be able to see the whole Internet era.DevelopmentA state of mind. Block chain phones may be just wishful thinking of developers. They hope that the subversion of the block chain technology will reinvent the entire Internet.
But their ambitions are often vulnerable to reality, because users may not really care who is king and whether their application environment is centralized or decentralized. Now that the mobile phone market is highly mature, storytelling and conceptual abandonment are not enough to influence the user's purchase decisions. Let's do something affordable.