An Israeli start-up Sirin Labs launched a “Rolls Roys of smartphone”, Solarin on Tuesday. The luxury smartphone that is priced over $14,000 (Rs 9.3 lakh approximately), making it the most expensive phone available for sale in the world. The unique feature of this phone is chip-to-chip 256-bit encryption similar to what the military uses to protect communications.
Solarin sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with X10 LTE, promises “far superior” Wi-Fi connectivity, a 23.8MP rear camera and a 5.5 inch IPS LED 2K resolution screen, a sound system with three “bass-boosted” speakers.
According to Sirin Labs, it wanted to “create the most advanced mobile device that combined the highest privacy settings, operated faster than any other phone, built with the best materials from around the world.”