The product features an exterior that is “made to last”, bringing military certification to ensure resistance against falls and protection against water and dust. The 5.2-inch screen is also reinforced and features glass that allows use with gloves and even moisture.
On the software side, the product relies on a robust security solution with dual boot: Tough Mobile 2C runs theAndroid 9.0 Pie and a proprietary operating system from Bittium, which is based on the Google platform. With this, the user can separate personal and professional use within the device.
The device also comes equipped with the Bittium Secure Suite package, which includes elaborate security tools. The system includes secure boot, disk encryption and protection during online browsing.
The Bittium mobile phone also has security options that integrate hardware and software. By pressing a button on the side of the device, the user activates privacy mode. According to the manufacturer, the function disables cameras, microphones and sensors that can be used to collect data.
While the Bittium product impresses with safety, the phone uses intermediate specifications. In addition to the 5.2-inch Full HD screen, the product features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 processor and 3,000 mAh battery.
The dual boot phone also comes with a 12 MP main camera and a 5 MP selfie sensor. The model will be available with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, which can be expanded up to 256 GB via microSD card.
Bittium has not yet revealed the price and availability of the Tough Mobile 2C, but is already selling variants of the phone without the dual boot function. Conventional editions of the device also have features focused on security and cost as little as US $ 1,800, about R $ 9,821 in direct conversion to our currency.
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