The GranitePhone is finally available in the market, after the seven-month period followed by MWC announcement. The phone, conceived by IT security specialists from Sikur, and made by Archos, can now be ordered from its dedicated website for the hefty sum of $849. In a world where privacy matters alot as hacking and other cyber-crimes are on only one right click away; GranitePhone was really the hour of need. The company has ensured many security issues through this phone.
Sikur/Archos Launches GranitePhone; A Security-Obsessed Phone that Focuses on user privacy and security
Display: 5-inch FullHD
Chipset: Snapdragon 615
- 2GB of RAM
- 16GB of built-in storage
- 16MP back camera
- 8MP front camera
Operating System: Granite OS
The big change is the OS, where instead of Android 4.4.4 KitKat, the GranitePhone runs on a private OS called Granite OS. The company promises “multiple levels of protection” which mainly includes encrypted cloud storage, encrypted calls, encrypted messages, encrypted everything. The phone has been chosen by government and other defense agencies.
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