The phone from a company called Benco is made for privacy.
The Benco V80 is a smartphone without a camera and no GPS. The Chinese brand of the Inone group advertises itself as “high security” in connection with the V80, which is a bit bold, because it doesn’t necessarily make the phone safer, it doesn’t have two components that are essential for smartphones. Circle, where communication (call, messages) takes place on an encrypted channel between the endpoints, but here it is just about stocking Android 11 without a camera and GPS.
Compared to that, a camera drop hanging at the top of the screen without a sensor, now either there was no panel in stock that was square, or it was thought to be fashionable, but in any case extremely meaningless. The Benco V80 is more of a low-end HD display with hardware, Unisoc SC9863A chipset, 3/32 and 4/64 GB. The battery, on the other hand, is 5,000 mAh, which is quite large, presumably the product will tick for several days.
There is supposedly a very fast fingerprint reader on the back, and Benco also announces what tests the phone went through: the display was touched 800,000 times, the side keys were pressed 200,000 times, the biometric sensor was used 10,000 times, the it can withstand sweat for 48 hours, and the bottom connector (which we don’t know what it’s like) has been used with a cable two thousand times. You have to have them anyway, but you don’t have a price yet, but maybe your target audience isn’t that much.