India's first blockchain-powered smartphone will be launched on December 22, no Chinese parts have been used in the phone

 India's first blockchain-powered smartphone was announced on Sunday. The company will launch two smartphones named InBlock in Lucknow on December 22. Inspired by the 'Local for Vocal' campaign of PM Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Facechain is going to pens this indigenous smartphone.

The company claims that no Chinese product will be used in this phone. All parts are sourced from Dubai. Both of these smartphones will compete with Chinese mobiles in the Indian market. Apart from these two being affordable, they will also compete with Chinese companies in terms of features. The company has also demanded the Uttar Pradesh government to provide land for setting up a mobile factory at Jewar in Gautam Budh Nagar. Due to which the local people will get employment opportunities. The company's plant is currently running in Sector-63.

The company's founder Durga Prasad Tripathi said that the top 5 companies (with 89% market share) in the Indian smartphone market are non-Indians. This is a matter of great concern for all of us Indians. We are inspired by the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and have decided to enter the country's first blockchain powered smartphone market under the Local for Vocal Campaign. In the language of cryptocurrency, blocks mean the record of transactions when a transaction is completed. Currently, the company will launch two models this month. The company has the ability to make a million phone making a month. This phone will currently be available only online. Detailed information about its price and features will be given during the launching.

He said that he demanded from the Uttar Pradesh government that the company should be provided land to set up a mobile factory in Jewar, this would also create employment at the local level. Keeping in mind the middle class people, the company will hit the market this month with two handsets, later it will also expand into the premium segment. Users of this phone will not need to go to the service center if there is any kind of problem. The service team arrived at your home to correct the phone. This will be the second phone in India after the iPhone, in the event of its failure the company will give a new handset.

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