No, you can’t take naked selfies with this phone
While it is not a bad thing if you love taking naked selfies, saving them in your phone can be dangerous: unsuspecting thieves who steal your phone and are smart enough to hack through it can access them and spread it through the internets, stripping you of your dignity.
To prevent such incidents from happening, a Japanese company thought of incorporating AI to prevent the phone’s camera from saving your naked selfies. This is the idea behind the Tone E20—a budget Android phone that has a feature called Smartphone Protection. The said feature makes use of AI and machine learning to detect if someone is using the phone to take incriminating nudes of themselves. You may even connect it to a parent’s phone to alert them (or their guardian) if their child is attempting to take a naked selfie. Pretty clever.
Unique software feature aside, the Tone E20 is your typical budget smartphone: Helio P22, triple rear cameras, 6.26-inch HD+ display, and a 3900mAh battery.
Tone E20 specs
- MediaTek Helio P22 octa-core processor
- 4GB RAM
- 6.26-inch HD+ display
- 64GB internal storage
- Triple rear cameras: 12-megapixel main camera; 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera; 2-megapixel depth sensor; with PDAF, LED flash, Smartphone Protection AI
- 8-megapixel front camera
- Dual SIM
- 3G, LTE
- WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, A-GPS
- Fingerprint Scanner, Face unlock, USB-C
- 3900mAh battery
- Android Pie
This unique phone is available in Japan for 19,800 Yen (~Php 9.1k). Should other brands incorporate such AI features with their phones?