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Sikur launches high-security phones based on Sony hardware

Sikur garnered attention with its reportedly hack-resistant GranitePhone back in 2015, but the follow-up has been a long time in coming — it only just announced a follow-up in February. The sequels are here, however, and they'll look more than a li…Read more

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