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VERTU Introduces METAVERTU2, a Revolutionary Web3 and AI Smartphone – How Does It Work?

today 11/03/2023
VERTU has released its new smartphone, the METAVERTU2, which is described as a "highly secure" Web3 and AI device. The phone is made with luxury materials such as rare leather and surgical stainless steel. It is available in different editions, including carbon fiber and crocodile leather. The METAVERTU2 integrates decentralized Web3 and AI technologies, using blockchain for security. It features dual AI models, personalization options, and an AI assistant for everyday tasks. VERTU claims that the device creates a customized virtual companion for each user and offers private and personalized AI experiences. The phone also has enhanced security features such as fingerprint locks and encrypted backup technology.
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