Your photos and videos are the most sensitive data on your smartphone and it is very easy to broadcast them without noticing it. You could share them by mistake in any social media, store them on the cloud making your data vulnerable to any account stealing. Even if you are very careful with the previous problems, you still can be hacked through a malware and so on. Some malwares are quite powerful and could get the data flow from your smartphone cameras and microphones and even track your exact position. No software protection is 100% safe, even those that use encryption. The only solution totally safe you can have it’s through hardware, and that’s what we offer.
PRIVAT has two independent mainboards, one for the smartphone hardware and the other one for the independent camera. Furthermore, each one has its own operating system with an internal memory and an expandable SD slot. You can also physically disconnect through a switch the GPS module, cameras and microphones. The use of PRIVAT could be useful for famous artists, business men, politicians or simply everyone who needs to keep high control of his private data through an robust system.
The essence of PRIVAT
The first switch allows you to change of “mode”, it has 3 positions:
– The first position is a normal mode : the smartphone is working just as any other.
– The second position shutdown any microphone and camera of the smartphone.
– The third position is the most inovative, it trigger an independent camera in the smartphone so you can shoot and store photos and videos away form Android. It is a physicaly independent piece of hardware separated from the smartphone mainboard.
The second switch allows you to disconnect the gps without the option to activate it back from android, so you are free of precise geolocation tracking.
|Network||GSM / HSPA / EVDO / LTE|
|Battery||Non-removable Li-Ion 3400 mAh battery|
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This article and images was originally posted on [privat-smartphone] posted on May 22, 2017 – updates June 19,2017