DarkMatter Group launches the world’s first extremely safe smartphone for excessive subject situations
DarkMatter Group right now unveiled the KATIM R01, the world’s first ultra-secure smartphone designed to resist excessive subject situations. Vetted and examined by DarkMatter’s engineers within the UAE, Finland and Canada, the KATIM R01 actually appears to be like prefer it may tackle something you threw at it.
“We combined our expertise in secure communications with everything the mobile market expects in a handset, including a great user experience. Then we challenged the brightest minds in the industry to create a rugged design to withstand extreme field conditions experienced by defence, emergency services, and the construction, mining, transport, energy, oil and gas industries,” mentioned Karim Sabbagh, CEO of DarkMatter Group.
The KATIM R01 options power and rigidity offered by 5 layers of hardened case, which has been engineered designed to satisfy two army requirements for harsh subject situations. It can deal with being dropped, run over, or immersed in water for 30 minutes.
It additionally includes a built-in barometer, temperature and humidity sensors to optimize endurance and sturdiness for vibration, water, mud, altitude and excessive temperatures. The handset may also ship messages despatched with GPS coordinates in emergency conditions, with a devoted SOS button and contact display screen that’s correct with each gloved and moist hand operation.
In the occasion of a detected bodily intrusion, it’s in a position to mechanically wipe the telephone to guard consumer information. The telephone additionally includes a Sheild Mode that securely cuts off microphones and cameras whereas nonetheless powered on and on-line.
The telephone includes a 5.65” show with Corning Gorilla Glass 5, an IP68 score, fingerprint sensor, and dual-SIM assist. It comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage (expandable through microSD), a 5600 mAh battery, and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip. The safe Katin OS runs on Android 8.1 (upgradeable to Android 9.x).