Since when has anything to do with Android OS been secure. There is only Blackberry and thats it in that department.
Anonymous, 15 Jan 2014Anyone who has Facebook had already given up their privacy.True on that.
Same with this phone.
However the idea here is to give YOU "CONTROL" over your private details.. just like what facebook is trying so hard to.. with all those damn permissions and stuff..
So excited to see what they use to ensure that.
Hereby I declare my Sovereignty as a being of planet Earth, and do not agree with any type of surveillance.
Me, and other fellow humans, are free to roam this planet freely, without boarders, and all natural resources are meant to be for fair use and benefit of all single citizens of this globe despite where they may be located or may have been born, and not by a bunch of corporations!
This is my natural existencial right!
I guess the only question left is whether the OS will be fully open source, respectively whether binaries identical to the firmware will be reproducible by compiling it. Otherwise you're back to the TrueCrypt problem, and you've just chosen to blindly trust someone else.
great concept! Was waiting for this.
Get a great camera with OIS and I'm in!
And by the way the phone should burn it self when someone else try to access it, and it should water proof
i have nothing to say till i have it.
And then we will see if really smartphones can have privacy
I want to believe that there are NSA proof Android phones.Bug Google makes sure there isn't anyone.Only Jolla you can trust for privacy.They are not obliged by any law like in US to bug you.Because they are an Europe based company.
vito, 15 Jan 2014First ! Looks GREAT ,but perhaps some techical data / No ? Not yet ? eeee,not first...no problem