The mobile sector has advanced in biblical proportions; Not only do we have last generation processors or multiple photographic sensors, but there are also other mobile devices that stand out for their design or other technical specifications.
Such is the case of Tone E20, a Japanese smartphone that prevents storing any kind of internal memory or cloud nudes that has been taken with the camera.
The purpose of this device is to prevent the diffusion of nudes without the consent of the users, a present, persistent and undeniable problem in the network.
While there are smartphones with high-quality photographic sections, this feature could also be counterproductive, since the sensors are used to take pictures of naked people. Taking risque portraits is inherent in the use of cameras on many occasions.
Quiz to those who carry out the exchange of nudes On a daily and responsible basis, this seems irrelevant. However, for parents looking to buy a mobile device for their children, this could be a great option, since the photographs of minors are a matter of genuine concern.
In that sense, the Tone E20 employs Artificial Intelligence to prevent users from taking nudes photographs. The smartphone system is simple, since the camera app runs in the background the AI system so that, when detecting a naked human body, the ability to save the image is blocked.
This means that users can take the photos they want, but they can never store them in their galleys or in the cloud.
More technical specifications:
In addition to the peculiarity of blocking the cameras when detecting a naked body, this smartphone integrates other interesting features (although they are also not something from the other world):
- Processor: Helio P22
- Triple lens rear camera: 12 MP + 13 MP +2 MP
- Front camera: 8 MP
- Fingerprint reader on the back
- 6.26 inch HD + screen
- Internal memory: 64 GB
- Battery: 3,900 mAh
- Operating system: Android 9.0 Pie
This smartphone was developed by Japanese, but will cost close to 180 dollars. However, it has not been mentioned whether to reach other territories soon.