A luxury smartphone that offers military grade security and high level cyber protection for the "international elite" has been launched by Israeli and Kazakh investors.
The Solarin range of phones will cost at least £9,500 ($13,765) for the most basic models, which puts it into a similar range to other high-end smartphone brands such as Vertu. But the devices claim to offer greater privacy and threat protection software.
The company behind the phones, Sirin Labs, raised $72 million in seed funding to launch its first phone range, which has been in development for more than two years.
The phone will be launched next month from the UK, alongside a flagship store in Mayfair in London.