The Benco brand, part of the Shenzhen company Inone Technology, is launching an interesting concept mobile phone. The device running Android 11 has no camera or GPS, so the manufacturer says the Benco V80S 4G is much safer than a traditional smartphone, as it is not possible to track its position based on GPS with malicious software or to activate its cameras remotely.
He does not write anything about the product sidewhether there is any extra software protection in your phone that prevents you from blocking or masking Internet tracking or accessing data based on cell information. Of the mobile networks, 2G, 3G and 4G are supported with two SIMs, and Wi-Fi is 802.11 b / g / n.
It’s even funny that even though there’s no camera in the device, the top of the 6.5-inch-diameter LCD screen is tarnished by a drop-shaped notch that would normally be needed because of the front-facing camera, but here it really makes no sense at all. It probably left a large batch of this type of display equipped with cameras and GPS For V80and I had to start something with it.
The back is plastic with a circular fingerprint reader, a 5,000-milliamp-hour battery, a Unisoc SC9863A chipset and 3 or 4 GB of system memory, depending on whether you choose the 32 or 64 GB storage option. The storage can be expanded with a microSD card.
A GSM Arena it does not yet know anything about when or for how long the phone shown in blue and gray will be available. In terms of sales, the manufacturer only intends to target the Middle East and Saudi markets, based on the networks supported by Benco on the Benco website.
It must be a smiley concept for Bencó, but we’ve seen more sophisticated workmanship.