CES is huge, and walking around the showfloor is always an adventure. You can run into some awesome gems here, and we have come across a very special device we know many of you will like. This is the CoolPad Bodum, a smartphone with a second OS running within.
To be more exact, it runs Android as we all know it, but the phone has a feature that allows it to become a completely private and encrypted smartphone with a touch. This allows people to use only one device for both work and personal matters.
The encrypted side is pretty limited, as you can expect, but it should be a good solution for those who really need to protect their privacy. As you can expect, the software UI is heavily customized, but it doesn’t look bad. I happen to like its colorful, flat interface.
You also need not worry about the phone’s performance, as this is a pretty powerful device. Specs include a 6-inch QHD display, a Snapdragon 801 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, two 13 MP rear-facing cameras, a 5 MP front-facing camera and a 2500 mAh battery.
There’s a lot to this phone, so check out our video for the full details and let us know if you would consider a dual OS device like the CoolPad Bodum.