The Stealth 2.0 collection features two smartphones: one - laconically black, without a camera module created for those who work in high-security areas where the use of cameras is prohibited, as well as for those who are afraid of surveillance from third-party software and want to protect their confidentiality. The second military-style phone kept its camera module. This design was created for those who only care about the bulletproof function.
The Stealth 2.0 model is protected by a real class 2 body armor (BR-2). This class implies that the armor can protect against pistol shots. To create the phone, Caviar designers used armor produced by NPO TCIT, a Russian manufacturer of body armor specializing in personal protection, as well as armor for helicopters and armored personnel carriers.
Caviar says tests were conducted at a specialized shooting range. The smartphone withstood two direct bullet hits in a row. The first shot was made from the sports version of the Makarov pistol, the Baikal-442. The Makarov pistol is the most popular pistol in Eastern Europe and one of the most popular in the world. The second shot was made from the most popular Austrian Glock 17 pistol.
"In the age of the Internet and digital technologies, it is so difficult to maintain the secrecy and privacy of your personal life", says Caviar. "Our dream is to make the perfect phone for James Bond. So that your boundaries are always protected, and your confidentiality remains intact.”
The Stealth 2.0 Black model starts at $6370 and the Titanium and Titanium (U.S. Pattern) start at $6220.