The second-generation Android smartphone focused firmly on security is now available to order.
And if it’s considered purely on internal specifications, then its quad-core processor and HD display alone won’t justify its $799 price tag. If, however, you’re one of a growing number of individuals or businesses rightly concerned about everything from data security to data theft, then this is one of the safest handsets at any cost.
As well as providing secure, encrypted communications, the new handset can create identities or partitions to keep business and personal use separate and to enable owners to use the handset for the sorts of things that most consumers need smartphones for -- social media and gaming. And all without running the risk of a predilection for cat videos leading to an inadvertent hacking of work emails.