Finland Bittium produces the world’s most secure Smartphone


Bittium, a Finland based company which engineers secure communication and connectivity solutions has produced the world’s most secure smartphone named Tough Mobile 2. The company claims that the model has a multilayered security structure with security hardware and software integrated into the source code.

Bittium says that the phone’s defense line ensures that the data stored and being transferred remains protected from all sorts of intercepts.

Powered by Android 9 i.e Google Pie operating system, the smartphone is incepted with several encryption solutions such as authentication and key management related features such as boot & runtime security checks, tamper-proof info security platform and a privacy mode.

Moreover, with a single touch interface button disabling of Microphone, camera, Bluetooth and the accuracy of sensors can be done.

Bittium secure suite software which enables remote management of phone and secures data transfer is also available in Bittium Tough Mobile 2.

The worlds most secure smartphone will be available for display at the Infosecurity Europe event in London, the United Kingdom in between June 4-6 of 2019.

Bittium Tough Mobile 2 features include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 Chipset, Global Connectivity option, dual sim, 12MP autofocus rear camera and a 5MP front facing the camera, high-quality speakers and a Multi Microphone with an active noise cancellation feature along with water & dust proof rating of UP67 and a 5.2 inches touch screen.

The pricing of the phone will likely start from €1,550 and pre-order details will be available onsite.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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