Cyber security firm Sirin Labs has launched a smartphone called Sirin V3. This is Sirin Labs’ second foray into the mobile market after its first attempt in 2018, when it launched Finney, which was billed as the world’s first blockchain-based smartphone.
Igeekphone has learned that Sirin V3 has almost the same configuration and functions as the Samsung Galaxy S21, but comes with the highest level of safety features and can be seen as the rebranded Samsung Galaxy S21, which costs $2,650.
Sirin V3 offers top of the line information security and network protection capabilities, including dual identity capabilities that enable users to seamlessly switch between personal and confidential workspace modes.
In addition, you can download apps in personal mode, limit whitelist or blacklisted applications, and prohibit some potentially risky behaviors, such as keyboard replacement, USB debugging, safe mode, factory reset, and download mode at startup.
The main selling point of Sirin V3 is its military security capability, which supports Confidential Work Space mode, including military-grade call encryption.
In addition, Sirin V3 has a multi-layer network security suite, including a Behavioral and Machine Learning based Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) for active network protection in real time.