IntSec Launches the World’s Safest Mobile Phone

Tripleton Enigma E2 is a very unusual phone. That’s because it is not shooting HD, it doesn’t have a multi-core processor, it doesn’t boast with a huge screen and it doesn’t even run Angry Birds. So what is so special about a phone that you’ve never heard of before?

IntSec says the new Tripleton Enigma E2 allows call encryption so that they cannot be intercepted, which makes it the safest mobile phone in the world. If it is connected in a call with another Enigma E2, Crypto function can be selected through which a second card generates and sends a unique authentication between the two terminals securing the call.

According to Pocket-lint.com, there are 10 to 77 combinations of characters that make sure that no “friend” can intercept the call. IntSec expects their phones to be used by the business sector or in missions related to national security and if we take into account the price of “only” 1320 pounds, such scenarios seem plausible.

Everyone wanting to invest in the safety of his calls will receive in exchange a GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz terminal with a 2.4-inch display, a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and a range of 4 hours talk time. Tripleton Enigma E2 is equipped with a 3 megapixel camera, MP3 player and a microSD card slot up to 8GB, because spies also need some entertainment media.

It remains to see how long it will take the “smart guys” to break the encryption method used by IntSec, because as experience has shown us, especially in the field of encryption technology, nothing is infallible.

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