The folks over at Lenovo sure know how to be eccentric. Just check out the form factor-or more specifically, the keypad-on a new smartphone they’ve made. Enhanced by a made-for-mobile fingerprint solution from Altrua Technologies, the Lenovo P960 is a tool that will keep all your data safe-supposedly.
Other than its built-in Fingerprint Biometrics Security tech and so-called “VIP recording” (which records calls from pre-assigned phone numbers), the Lenovo P960 features just about the same features as most premium smartphones nowadays.
As is the trend lately, the Lenovo P960 is equipped with a 2.8-inch touchscreen display, 1.3 megapixel camera and microSD card slot. It’s screen supports stylus-based input, while below it you’ll find the non-traditional numerical keypad as well as a few soft keys and a four-way D-pad.
Too bad the it doesn’t run 3G speeds and can only work on GSM dual-band networks, though, but if you can’t settle for anything less in mobile data security, this model offers a lot to help you out.
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