Unlike a standard smartphone, QSAlpha says the Quasar IV promises to â€śprotect the userâ€™s entire digital worldâ€ť, including calls, emails, SMS and cloud storage thanks to its proprietary security software Quatrix.
The Android-based device achieves part of its enhanced security status by using the Quatrix software to generate a pair of public and private keys for each user. On top of this, the handset will also come with QuaStore and QuaCloud, the companyâ€™s secure app store and cloud storage services.
If the thought of an extra layer of security on your phone is appealing, $495 can nab you an early bird device for delivery estimated to be in April next year, so long as it reaches its $3.2 million target, of course.
âž¤Â QSAlpha Quasar IV Cipherphone [Indiegogo]
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