Benco V80s is a privacy-focused phone without cameras and GPS
A very unusual Android smartphone launched today - the benco V80s comes without any cameras and omits a GPS receiver in its quest to bring you a privacy-centric device. The phone comes with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD, Unisoc SC9863A chipset and a 5,000 mAh battery. Strangely enough, the phone still sports a waterdrop notch despite not having a selfie cam.
You can use it to take and make calls at 4G network speeds and you also get dual-band Wi-Fi support. The back houses a fingerprint scanner and a cutout for the speaker neat the bottom. You get Android 11 on the software side and 3/4GB RAM with 32/64GB storage which is also expandable via the microSD slot.
Benco V80s comes in silver and blue colors though we don’t get details on its pricing and availability just yet.
- 13 Jun 2022
Although you say you are not worried about GPS, recently police has started issuing warrants thru Google. If a crime is committed say in a 6 block area of where you live and you just happen to be driving by or walking in that area and your cell phone...
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- 31 Mar 2022
I personally could care less if my phone has gps or not. But for me a camera is a deal breaker. I do not allow pictures of me for personal (religious) reasons. So for me it seems hypocritical to own cameras so I do not buy them. Also I used to wo...
- 11 Mar 2022
So what's out there without a gps phone wise that cannot be tracked to it's location period???