This Android phone does not have a camera or support GPS navigation.


It is really difficult to be safe in this digital world, especially when you have a smartphone with a camera and real-time navigation. Although the latest Android and iOS devices now give users a lot of control, a simple third-party app could easily access the camera and live location, compromising user security.

Benco V80s has no camera for this specific reason

Benco mobile has now come up with a unique solution to this problem which will ensure that no one can access your camera or location information. The Benco V80s is the latest Android smartphone from the company which does not have a camera nor does it support GPS navigation.

Benco V80s design and specs

Except for the fact that the Benco V80s doesn’t have a camera, it looks like a typical mid-range smartphone with a plastic unibody design. The smartphone has a fingerprint sensor on the back while the volume and power buttons are on the right side.

Just like a typical mid-range smartphone, the Benco V80s features a 6.517-inch display with HD+ resolution and an 89.5% screen-to-body ratio. The phone has a large 20:9 aspect ratio display with a waterdrop not at the top, although there is no selfie camera.

The Benco V80s is powered by a Unisoc SC9863A processor with 3/4 GB of RAM and 32/64 GB of internal storage. The phone has a dual SIM card slot with support for a 4G network on both slots, as well as a dedicated microSD card slot for additional storage expansion. The phone runs on Android 11 operating system, so it supports almost all Android apps.

Benco V80s has no camera for this specific reason

What can you do with Benco V80s?

Although you can do most things you can usually do on other Android smartphones, the unavailability of cameras and GPS tracking will limit some of the features like real-time Google Maps navigation and taking photos or videos. In addition, users will also not be able to use services that require geo-browsing support.

Does it make sense to buy Benco V80s?

Although there are several ways to block access to the camera on the GPS on normal smartphones, it does not match the sophistication of a device that does not have the camera and hardware at all GPS. The Benco V80s is definitely a niche product and not intended for the general public.

Currently, there is no pricing or availability information for the Benco V80s. Looking at the specs, the device is expected to cost around $200 and will likely provide peace of mind for those who want a modern smartphone without a camera or GPS navigation support.

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Article first published: Friday, July 1, 2022, 3:35 p.m. [IST]

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