Though it may be hard to not associate Steve Jobs with the smartphones that we’ve come to not only love but also find vital to our day to day transactions, it was actually IBM’s Simon that first gave us a glimpse of the convenience technology can bring into our lives. At present, even the least tech-savvy individual can’t do without his smartphone for more than a few hours, and almost everything is now done with a few clicks and taps – from taxes to setting up appointments, to even doing groceries. That being said, the non-smartphone era feels like dark times- uncertain, boring, cold.
25 years later, we’re provided the opportunity to choose from thousands of different smartphone models offering a handful of features to tailor fit our needs. We’ve come so far from the bulky accessories that allowed us to only make phone calls, to small devices that can do complex tasks, search the Internet, take long videos, watch our favorite shows, and even share files.
As convenient as these mobile devices are, they have also become vulnerable to cyber attacks, privacy breaches, and unnecessary data theft. Heck, even identity theft can easily be done with a lost smartphone and a stalker can easily hunt you down with your GPS tracker a.k.a. smartphone. That’s because we tend to store data either on the phone or in the cloud, which becomes easily accessible once your phone lands in the wrong hands.
As far as security goes, smartphone manufacturers have taken it upon themselves to add security features that protect data and information, but the threats have grown one too many that these features start to feel insufficient. The following smartphones are considered the best when it comes to security:
Running on the Sirin OS which is well-known for its layers of security (Security Suite) and for its decentralized apps, the Finney U1 provides the best kind of protection from cyber security threats. This revolutionized ultra secured