Is called Sikur One and is a new Android smartphone dedicated to those looking for a device that puts safety first.
Sikur One was built on the basis of the concept Zero Trust, i.e. on the principle that no one can be trusted when it comes to security, a solution that requires, for example, in the business environment that users are continuously authorized, authenticated and validated so that they can retain access to apps and data.
Sikur One is primarily designed for corporate and government use, making it an ideal solution for organizations that have the ability to control each device in line with their policies (i.e., manufacturer compliant with data privacy standards imposed by the European legislation of the GDPR).
The main features of Sikur One
Among the strengths of this smartphone based on Android 11 there is a system capable of preventing malware and phishing attacks, the ability to lock the phone remotely or delete all its data in case of loss or theft and the ability to restore the data stored in it on another device.
Furthermore, Sikur One will update via OTA to maintain high security standards and will manage messaging with Sikur Messenger (a platform that also includes file storage and sharing, voice and video calls).
From the point of view hardwareFinally, Sikur One can rely on an octa-core processor, a 6.5-inch display, 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of integrated memory (expandable via MicroSD), a 3-megapixel front camera, a triple rear camera , a sensor for fingerprint recognition, Dual-SIM support and a 4,000 mAh battery.
The price of Sikur One should be around the figure of 250 euros and the smartphone will be marketed through various channels.