With the latest technology, we have seen the cameras of smartphones getting better and better every day. There are even discussions if Smartphones will replace DSLR or not. Although we are not sure of the DSLR, smartphones have already replaced the point-and-shoot cameras. Now, all smartphones come with some kind of camera sensors and there are few smartphones equipped with the double lens camera. What happens if your place of work does not allow the camera device? Cameraless smartphones (non-camera smartphones) are here to solve to problem. They include all the features of a basic smartphone, but skips camera sensors. We also have few smartphones with limited functionality that can be good alternatives for seniors citizens who want to change a Phone function to a smartphone. Below is the list of few non-camera smartphones. Availability of these devices might be limited to certain countries.
INO 2 is the latest addition to the Scout series. It is an upgraded model.
ZTE S3003 is one of the most interesting smartphones to be launched in 2017. Although the device is not released outside China, its tricky features made the ZTE S3003 eligible to be mentioned here. It comes with a plastic body and has curved edges on the top and bottom of the device. There are no cameras on this device and the back of the device is Golden colored surface with a ZTE logo. The ZTE S3003 comes with a 5 inch HD screen on the front, and there are three on-screen navigation buttons on the bottom.
The device also supports 4G LTE connectivity, but we can't use Internet on this device. It can be used only to make calls or send texts. As it comes with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. It only includes some applications, such as a bookmark, contacts, SMS, settings, clock and calendar. Expecting price for this ZTE S3003 device is Rs. 3,000.
There are few non-camera smartphones, Dupad Story Marshall is one among them. While there are no new releases of the company. The Dupad Story Marshall includes decent midrange specifications and comes in GPS and non-GPS variants. The price of this device starts from $ 210 and can be purchased from Amazon. It comes with shiny finish body and a metal frame around it to strengthen the device. There is a 5.5 inch Sharp Full HD IPS screen on the front. Under the hood is the MediaTek MT6753 octa-core processor along with 3 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage that can be expanded to another 32 GB. Since the Marshall was released a couple of years ago, it runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box. The device can be used as a common smartphone but the phone doesn't have camera. It is a dual SIM device and supports 4G LTE bands for faster data rates. The device stays on with a non-removable 3,000 mAh battery and measures only 7.9 mm in thickness. Share this with your friends who can't carry their smartphones to office as they come equipped with cameras.