North Korea to Release a Smartphone
Information about the release of a North Korean smartphone Jindallae 3 manufactured by the state-owned Mangyongdae Information Technology Corporation was published online. The gadget that the citizens of the DPRK may start using looks like an iPhone.
According to the Daily Mail, the creators have not yet provided any detailed information about the characteristics of the device. It is known only that the smartphone got its name in honor of a Korean flower. It was manufactured in the DPRK: starting form design and ending with the software. “The research group follows the Party’s intention to actively develop high-tech products,” the DPRK representatives said.