Solana’s Saga Phone Only Sold 2,200 Units

Launched in May 2023, the Solana Saga phone encountered difficulties in sales when it sold only 2,200 units.

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Sharing with Unchained, Solana Labs founder Anatoly Ykovenko said that Solana’s Saga smartphone needs to increase sales to 25,000 to 50,000 units to create the necessary attention. The founder revealed that after more than half a year of launch, the company had only sold 2,200 units, which posed a challenge to driving interest and access from consumers.

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Accordingly, the company is considering product marketing strategies such as in-store discounts and upgrading application models to improve sales. The goal is to build a solid user base.

Before its launch, the Saga phone received positive reviews and was often presented by famous founders at many events. According to Solana, Saga’s unique feature is the Solana Mobile Stack (SMS), a custom toolkit that helps integrate crypto into the phone.

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The Saga retails for $1,000, and features top-notch specs including a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, 6.67-inch OLED display, 12GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage. The phone uses the default Android operating system.

Although starting from a blockchain project and not specializing in phone production, Saga cannot avoid design flaws. Recently, on November 15, testing unit CertiK shared a video demonstrating how to attack Saga’s vulnerability, revealing that the boot loader on Solana Phone can be cracked. through the back gate.

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Our newest exploration reveals a significant bootloader vulnerability in the Solana Phone, a challenge not just for this device but for the entire industry. Our commitment to enhancing security standards is unwavering. 🔐… pic.twitter.com/lHZ5W7hXzy

— CertiK (@CertiK) November 15, 2023

From there, users’ devices can be hacked and assets can also be stolen. It is known that this vulnerability has been discovered on more than 2,000 phones that have been sold.

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