IntSec has announced Tripleton Enigma E2, that is claimed to be the world’s most secure phone.
In the event that you connect to another Enigma E2, a “Crypto” call uses a second SIM card that sends an authentication code make up of an extremely long number that cannot be predicted. There are 10 the power of 77 possible key combinations so no “interceptor” will be able to listen in on the call.
the device will cost £1320 ($2100). Paying the price will get you a Bluetooth hands-free set, a 3 MP camera and an MP3 player.
The device features a 2.4” full colour screen with a resolution of 240 x 320 and its battery will offer 4 hours of talk and 180 in standby.