Solarin – World’s most expensive Android smartphone

Have you heard about Solarin ? This is the World’s most expensive Android smartphone launched by Israeli startup Sirin Labs. This high-end device launched today and priced $14,000 (over Rs 9 lakh in India).

This super hot Android smartphone packed with a special chip-to-chip 256-bit encryption. It is similar to what the military uses to protect communications. With all the top specifications the phone is called ‘Rolls Royce of smartphones’. 

Solarin is activated only via a physical security switch on the back. Technically powering the phone is an efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor. Other offered feature of the Solarin is “far superior” Wi-Fi connectivity. 

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Display of Solarin is a large and beautiful 5.5 inch IPS LED 2K resolution screen for viewing all the contents in a good manner. The phone features 4GB RAM to support the processor. You have 128GB internal storage to keep all data including all songs, films and photos. 

Solarin gets a highly efficient 23.8-megapixel rear camera with flash for all photos and videos. Selfies and video calls best with the 8 MP front camera. The phone runs on latest Android 5.1 OS for android apps and games fun.

You have options and features like Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, 4G etc. The phone weighs 250.00. A powerful 4040 mAh battery powers the phone. According to company claim the phone gets “the most advanced privacy technology, currently unavailable outside the agency world”.

Solarin is built with the best materials from around the world.” This is not meant for common people. Solarin is a special device made for the rich and famous. Solarin is available at Sirin Labs’ first retail store in Mayfair (34 Bruton Place), London, from June 1 and at Harrods, Knightsbridge, from June 30.

Solarin Price in India: Rs 9 Lakh Approx

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