Cameraless versions of phones (and even smartphones) were all the rage in corporate spaces a few years ago, and perhaps still are – to some extent. Anecdotal evidence suggests fewer corporations impose cameraless phones on their employees, but there still are businesses in very sensitive fields that absolutely need to have such devices available. It used to be that you’d only see Windows Mobile, BlackBerry or Symbian smartphones without cameras, but that’s about to change.
According to a leak mentioning a “new Enterprise-focused DROID phone without a camera”, the first Android-powered device sans camera is about to be launched. And apparently it’s going to be a version of the Motorola Droid Pro that was just recently unveiled.
So if this training document is to be believed, many security-conscious (or paranoid) companies will be able to provide their employees with Android smartphones while still ensuring no one can photograph anything.
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