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  • GranitePhone provides complete privacy
  • GranitePhone provides complete privacy
    Lena Vasiljeva (2015) ©
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GranitePhone provides complete privacy

At the Mobile World Congress show 2015 Brazilian security company Sikur announced the launch of the GranitePhone. Perfectly pitched for people concerned about privacy, the phone offers encrypted messaging, calls and email, and is ‘locked down’ so other software can't be installed.

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