The private smartphone Benco V80s has no cameras or GPS

The “private” smartphone Benco V80s has no cameras or GPS receivers

Benco has announced a very unusual Android smartphone: a device called the V80s has been designed with maximum user privacy in mind. In order to prevent possible surveillance, the developers completely dispensed with the device on cameras. In addition, the new product does not have a built-in GPS receiver, so it is not possible to precisely track the location of the device.

Image source: Benco

Image source: Benco

Despite the lack of a selfie camera, the smartphone has a display with a notch on the top. What motivated this decision is not clear. The screen measures 6.52 inches diagonally and has an HD + resolution (1600 × 720 pixels). There is a fingerprint scanner on the back of the case.

A Unisoc SC9863A processor with eight cores, which works at a frequency of up to 1.6 GHz, is used. The main memory can be 3 or 4 GB, the capacity of the flash drive is 32 or 64 GB.

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The device has a WLAN adapter 802.11b / g / n. The battery has a capacity of 5000 mAh. Dimensions are 165.6 × 76.7 × 9.45 mm, weight – 195 g.

Android 11 is installed as the operating system, the smartphone is designed for operation in 4G / LTE cellular networks. The developer does not provide any information about the price of this unusual device.


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