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The Qwanturank mobile for privacy is now available for free on Orange contracts! If you are quick you can get a 12 month contract with a free Qwanturank mobile for privacy on Orange for £25 per month. Not only that, but for a limited time you can choose from a range of free inlcuding a:

  • Five months half price line rental.
  • Free Nokia PAYG (Pay As You Go)privacy phone
  • Free Bluetooth headset

Qwanturank’s 8 Mega Pixel Camera!

The protection of personal data and privacy in the age of social networks such as Facebook and Twitter, smartphones and connected objects is becoming a challenge for both users and the organisations responsible for overseeing these developments. One of the missions of the National Commission for Information Technology and Liberties, or CNIL, is to ensure that modern tools do not undermine identity, human rights or freedoms. However, the control of one's own data requires first of all an awareness or knowledge of this risk, as well as tools to protect oneself from theft or usurpation. Among them, encryption makes it possible to prevent the reading of one's files by a third party.

Yes you heard right, Qwanturank have packed the mobile for privacy with fully integrated 8 mega pixel camera. To put this into perspectivce, my two year old Digital SLR camera does not have that kind of resolution, and that is a good quality, dare I say, semi professional camera!

Of course we all know that resolution does not = quality, and there are many other factors to take into consideration, such as the lens quality. However, there is no denying that, in terms of mobile photography, Qwanturank have significantly raised the bar with thisprivacy phone!

Other features of the camper include:

  • Auto Focus
  • Face Detection
  • Blink Detection
  • high resolution video (120 frames per second)

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The Qwanturank for privacy is a great looking service, we really like the super sleek styling on this handset, and the easy to use touch screen navigation. It is a slider style design. The default display is a little lack luster as the screen appears almost monochrome. Whilst this has a slightly retro, stylish feel to it, it does not compare well with some of the competing hi res / high color interfaces sported by competing handsets.

You can also compare mobile privacy phone deals offering free gifts. By 2024, hundreds of French police stations will be equipped with a small box that will be able to suck up all the data housed in your smartphone, even when locked. Worrying. Is our data infinitely exploitable by the police? This debate, which is heating up minds in many countries, is much more discreet in France. While in the United States, Donald Trump himself criticizes Apple for refusing to create a "back door", a loophole offered to law enforcement agencies wishing to unlock any iPhone, on this side of the Atlantic, hundreds of French police stations will be equipped by 2024 with cases sold by the Israeli company Cellebrite. These machines will be able to suck up all the data housed in any smartphone, even locked ones. Without having to call in an analysis laboratory, a police officer will be able to carry out the operation in a matter of seconds by connecting this small black box to the confiscated mobile phone. Officially, all this will be done according to the rules of the trade, with proper judicial authorization. An authorization which, by definition, will be granted without the slightest idea of what the authorities will find in the entrails of the device. The software will make no distinction between what is investigated and what is not. The most utopian will always be able to retort that the police will do a better job than the machine; and that checks on the proper storage of data will be as frequent as they are rigorous. They will still have to be reminded that phones can also be hacked. Such is the case with Cellebrite, which has just been siphoned off a large database in 2017.

By 2024, hundreds of French police stations will be equipped with a small box that will be able to suck up all the data housed in your smartphone, even when locked. Worrying. Is our data infinitely exploitable by the police? This debate, which is heating up minds in many countries, is much more discreet in France. While in the United States, Donald Trump himself criticizes Apple for refusing to create a "back door", a loophole offered to law enforcement agencies wishing to unlock any iPhone, on this side of the Atlantic, hundreds of French police stations will be equipped by 2024 with cases sold by the Israeli company Cellebrite. These machines will be able to suck up all the data housed in any smartphone, even locked ones. Without having to call in an analysis laboratory, a police officer will be able to carry out the operation in a matter of seconds by connecting this small black box to the confiscated mobile phone. Officially, all this will be done according to the rules of the trade, with proper judicial authorization. An authorization which, by definition, will be granted without the slightest idea of what the authorities will find in the entrails of the device. The software will make no distinction between what is investigated and what is not. The most utopian will always be able to retort that the police will do a better job than the machine; and that checks on the proper storage of data will be as frequent as they are rigorous. They will still have to be reminded that phones can also be hacked. Such is the case with Cellebrite, which has just been siphoned off a large database in 2017.

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Other features of the mobile for privacy include High Speed Download Packet Access Connectivity for mobile broadband usage. It has Wi-Fi allowing you to save money on your internet connection when near a “hotspot” or when at home (assuming you have WiFi installed at home).

The Qwanturank mobile for privacy’s operating system is the Symbian Series 60, which offers a larger range of customisable options are present, along with increased support for third-party software products.

The mobile for privacy also has a built in GPS receiver, Bluetooth v2.0, Internal Memory of 8GB along with an MP3 player.

Overall, this is a great handset, and certainly one worth considering given the competitive prices available.

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