In a year when smart phone manufacturers are trying to make it easier for people to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, it’s a big challenge to find a smart phone that works with cryptocurrency.
While we’ve already seen Apple’s new iPhone 7s come with a Bitcoin support, that wasn’t until 2017.
But now, there are a number of companies that are working to build Bitcoin-friendly phones.
We asked all the companies that have Bitcoin-supporting smartphones what they’re working on and what they think the market is like.
The results are pretty clear.
Here are some of the smart phone options that have come out this year.1.
Huawei Mate 9P Huawei is a Chinese smartphone maker.
The company launched the Mate 9 in 2017 and has been steadily adding new phones since then.
Huawei’s new phones are mostly for the high end market, with the flagship Huawei Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, and Mate 10 Plus being among the top selling phones of 2017.
The Huawei Mate S series of phones is the company’s first Android phone that has support for Bitcoin, as well as support for Ethereum.
Huawei also offers a smartphone with a USB-C connector and a USB Type-C port.
Huawei has released Android apps for Bitcoin miners and users, as of this writing, and has recently announced a new cryptocurrency wallet.
In 2018, Huawei plans to launch a Bitcoin wallet with its own wallet service, which will allow users to trade bitcoin for fiat currencies.
The wallet will be available as a standalone app, and Huawei is also developing a wallet with Ethereum as well.2.
Asus ZenFone 3 Asus launched the ZenFones 3 and ZenFonic 3 in 2017, respectively, as Android phones that can run Bitcoin.
Both phones support Bitcoin, but Asus is focusing on the Zen Fone 3 as the default phone for its Bitcoin users.
Asus is now building its own Bitcoin miner, and its CEO, Hiroshi Lockheimer, recently stated that he plans to use Bitcoin mining to help the company reach its goals for the Zen family of devices.
The ZenFonics are still in the process of rolling out the Zen phone lineup, and the company has also announced plans to roll out a new smartphone with support for Ether in 2018.3.
Lenovo ZTE ZenPad ZTE has announced a few phones that have a Bitcoin mining support built in.
The ZTE Z1, Z1 Compact, Z2, and Z3 come with support, as do the Z1 Carbon, Z3 Plus, Z5, and P5.
ZTE plans to continue to add new devices that support Bitcoin mining in the future.4.
Asus Pro3 Asus’ Pro3 smartphone has Bitcoin support built-in, but the company is also planning to add Bitcoin mining into future versions of the phone.
The Pro3 is the only smartphone with Bitcoin support.
The phone is currently available for preorder, and it is expected to ship sometime in 2018 with Bitcoin-mining support.5.
Huawei Z4 Huawei’s latest smartphone is the Z4, which is an Android phone with Bitcoin mining.
The smartphone has been announced for release in late 2018, and is slated to launch sometime in early 2019.
Huawei is currently building its Bitcoin mining chip for the Z8 smartphone, which it plans to release sometime in 2021.
Huawei and its partners will also begin working on a Bitcoin miner with a compatible chip in the coming years.6.
Xiaomi Mi 4i Xiaomi’s Mi 4s and Mi 4x phones have Bitcoin mining built-ins, but Xiaomi plans to expand the company with new phones with Bitcoin supported mining.
Mi 4 and Mi 3 smartphones have been in the news lately, and now Xiaomi has announced the Xiaomi Mi 5, which has a Bitcoin chip in its processor.
Xiaomi is also working on its own smartphone mining chip.7.
OnePlus 5 OnePlus has announced plans for a smartphone that supports Bitcoin mining, and OnePlus is working with BitPay to enable its own mining chip in future phones.
The OnePlus 5 will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, which should support Bitcoin miners.8.
Huawei P9 Huawei has announced its own cryptocurrency mining chip, called Bitcoinium, that will be used to power its phone.
Huawei will also use Bitcoinium chips to power some of its upcoming Android phones.
Huawei plans on launching Bitcoinium-powered smartphones in the near future.9.
Zalman Z9 Huawei’s Z9 smartphone has an Android-based Bitcoin miner built in, and we expect Huawei to launch Bitcoinium smartphones with its chip as well in the not-too-distant future.10.
LG V20 LG has released the LG V30, the V30 Lite, the LG Z30, and LG Z1 Lite smartphones that support mining.
LG is also making its own GPU-powered cryptocurrency miner, the Z3 Lite, available for purchase through an online platform in the months ahead.11.
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