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Is The Information On Your Phone Worth $17,000? Then You Should Buy This Phone!

Dirty pictures and texts as well as top secret work information and contact information — we can attest to the fact that our smartphones are like vaults that contain all our top secret information. However, if the information is worth $16,000 then you need to hurry up and get Solarin, a Smartphone that costs about $16,500 but offers Kool Span military-grade chip-to-chip 256-bit AES encryption and Zimperium-based threat detection which they say offer the “strongest possible mobile privacy protection worldwide.
According to the CEO via CNN

“Our core consumers are international business travellers that spend much of their lives on the move,” company co-founder and CEO Tal Cohen said at the product’s launch,  He later warned that hacking “is something that can happen to any one of us…It’s just a question of if you’re targeted or not.”

The specifications are actually quite good, you have a 5.5-inch LED display with a 2K 2,048×1,080-pixel resolution screen. A whopping 23.8-megapixel camera with laser autofocus and its sound system boasts three bass-boosted speakers. Also, you will be getting WiGig technology, which allows for speeds of up to 4.6Gbps.
Then again, because we are talking about a $16,500 device, I was expecting something like the image below and more.
With Celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy as ambassadors, you can be confident that a lot of high-class personalities who wouldn’t want their sex tapes leaking out (We all know that sex tapes are worth a lot these days) will be getting this device.
Now, how much is the information on your Smartphone worth?


5 comments on “Is The Information On Your Phone Worth $17,000? Then You Should Buy This Phone!

  1. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:


  2. Uke Enun Jnr says:

    $16,500!! Haba, what if i buy am finish come naija, then warri boys come tief am!! Well I feel no matter the amount of classified intel I have, it won’t warrant my purchasing this gadget. By the way, when is the Chinco version coming out, I could get that for $165.

  3. Harrie says:

    On my opinion I’d say it’s worth the price, first the specs:. Snapdragon 810, android L, LCD display, 4000mAh, 8mp front, 24 on the back, 4gb ram, 128gb ROM, fingerprint sensors. Zimperum personal encryption: that isn’t even supposed to exist, encrypted end to end voice calls, super secure cyberspace: you can’t get that even on the Tor network, encrypted messages. I mean I don’t see your privacy getting out, unless of course some twisted, anti-social, anarchistic, pissed off, malcontent attempts to breach a 14 round 256 as which could take all his lifetime or during an upgrade, but really what other choice does one have with cybersecurity. An average user can easily get a malware my simply surfing and clicking on a pop-up link, aaaand apps, even with an antivirus, you’re still not secure. Let’s take Miss Tobi for example, some black hat hacker happens to get you WhatsApp ID, aaaand anonymously sends a *catchy image aaaand you just happen to download the image unaware of the fact that a CSS malware script has been added to the image, aaaand I’m talking of web caches, history, phone records, saved passwords etc …
    All in an effort to prove this *badboy’s worth
    .. totally worth the price.

    1. Tobi Ayeni says:

      LMAO okay Mr. #Justsaying. Hope you don’t mind buying the phone so I can do a little hands on?

  4. Harrie says:

    Hehe, I do mind, 3.3M is quite above my pay grade. Let’s say our roles’ reversed, hope you don’t mind getting me this *badboy?? 🙂

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