An Interesting article in C/Net about Quasar IV boasts:
The subject of cell phone security haunts every major mobile player, but none so defiantly throws down the gauntlet to data thieves like the smartphone startup QSAlpha and its Quasar IV “cipherphone.”
A self-funded project launched Tuesday through Kickstarter-like Web site Indiegogo, the Quasar IV runs on a security backbone of hardware encryption that promises to only share data — e-mail, phone calls, and texts — with others who have a “trusted” identity using the same Quasar IV smartphone.
While the cybersecurity specs command the show (and more on that later), the strangely named Quasar IV is specced out with top-of-the-line Android goods.
Built on Android 4.3, the supersecure device starts with a 5-inch 1080p HD display, then adds to that a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU and either 64GB or 128GB encrypted local storage options. You’ll also get 128GB encrypted cloud storage on top of that.
The Quasar IV will also pack in 3GB RAM, a microSD card slot, and a 3,300mAh battery. Mobile photographers aren’t forgotten. There will be a pair of 13-megapixel Sony cameras (translation: augmented reality and processing tricks), and a whopping 8-megapixel front-facing camera.
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