The Chinese company “Guo Mei” (Gome Communication Equipment), which owns the largest chain of electronics stores in the Middle Kingdom, has introduced, under the name of its brand, an inexpensive stylish smartphone Gome U7 with three biometric sensors. The product is intended for users who are interested in maximum protection of personal data and digital commercial security.
Unlike other smartphones with enhanced information protection, which cost about $1,000, Gome U7 will cost the buyer only 1,400 yuan, or 12,200 rubles (about 213 USD). The version with more RAM will cost 1700 yuan.
The case of the smartphone is durable, metallic, made of aviation aluminum, with a “stepped diamond bumper cut”. To identify the user, a standard fingerprint sensor on the back of the device is used, as well as iris sensors (for storing passwords) and Face-Me 2.0 face recognition with a response rate of 0.1 second.
In addition, the model works on the basis of its own operating system OS 2.0 Gome version 1.0 with “artificial intelligence”. This OS itself will perform many functions – for example, it will close unused background processes to increase the lifespan of a single battery charge.
Very nice device, every application runs properly, Good value for money ratio.
I’m glad I bought it, I really like it !!