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Using smartphone, we share everywhere and the day after many of our personal data and information , so now more than ever we must be very careful with know how hands get that information. QSAlpha is a mobile security company and after years of study in their field have taken to create a phone, the Quasar IV , with the who want to take the privacy of our data to a new record.
QSAlpha Quasar IV incorporate inside an operating system based on a fusion Android 4.3, Linux and Quatrix, encryption software would allow a level of security ever seen in smartphones. So, on this phone, the user identification would not be done by keys that are stored on online servers, but in the Quasar IV the user is authenticated locally using a chip one built into your hardware.
This terminal is still just a prototype , so its creators have launched a funding campaign on Indiegogo and whose goal is to get no less than $ 3.2 million . Yes, willing to make a concept, have endowed it with spectacular technical characteristics. Would have a quad-core Snapdragon processor 800, 3GB of RAM, a 5-inch FullHD , 3300mAh battery , 64 or 128GB of internal memory (of course fully encrypted and hacker proof) which would add another 128GB encrypted in the cloud and in case short quedase also includes MicroSD slot.
The Quasar IV would have a double rear camera of 13MP to harness the potential of augmented reality, a 8MP front camera, and IP57 certification , ie waterproof. This would be dominated by the OS QuaOS (Android 4.3 mix and Quatrix) . This is the complete list of technical specifications:
- QuaOS (based on Android 4.3 + Quatrix)
- Screen 5 “FHD 1920 x 1080 | Corning Gorilla Glass III
- 800 Quad-Core Snapdragon 2.3GHz
- 3GB (LP-DDR3) RAM
- 64GB/128GB (eMMC) Internal Memory + MicroSD
- House Dual rear 13MP Sony | 8MP front camera
- | TDD-LTE | UMTS | CDMA2000 | GSM
- GPS, WiFi (a / b / g / n / ac), Bluetooth 4.0, NFC
- 3,300 mAh battery
- IP57 Certification
In the system come including all a application suite called QuaWorks , which would ensure maximum safety, as the QuaStore to be encrypted application store, QuaCloud for storage the cloud and QuaMail for email communications. As you see, the best of the best together with a system of quasi-military security at a stratospheric nothing. The first 950 backers to support the project can be terminal for $ 495 in its 64GB version to begin shipping in April 2014. The QSAlpha Quasar IV has a period of 26 days to finance and reach $ 3.2 million.
If you are interested in page project have all the information and the details of the operation of the security system Quatrix.
September 22, 2013
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