The confinement due to the pandemic forced Queen Elizabeth II to rely entirely on technology to not stop fulfilling her official duties. He has been seen performing virtual encounters among other things, so his electronic devices have become part of his life just like his mobile phone.
A source close to the British monarch revealed details of the mobile device the Queen uses and with whom she maintains direct and constant communication.
What brand of smartphone does Queen Elizabeth II use?
Jonathan Sacerdoti, an expert on royalty, claimed in an interview with American presenter Christina Garibaldi, that the grandmother of Princes William and Harry does not use an iPhone as many would believe. In fact, it has a new equipment from the Asian giant Samsung, which is also modified to avoid being violated.
“The queen has two people she talks to the most on their phones and apparently also has a mobile phone that is said to be Samsung with antiharanth encryption by MI6 so no one can hack into her phone,” he noted.
The only contacts with whom he usually has calls would be Princess Anne, daughter of the monarch and his career director John Warren, according to the expert, are the two people he calls the sovereign the most.
“The Queen has an iPad and a laptop, and a personal Account on Facebook, although no one outside the Palace knows how many ‘Friends’ she has. On his own mobile, he has learned to send text messages and his phone is among the most sophisticated in the world,” confirmed Brian Hoey, another expert consulted.
Queen Elizabeth’s smartphone is an ultrathin smartphone with a camera, small and lightweight like carrying in a pocket or handbag. It is at all times fully charged thanks to his personal assistant Angela Kelly.
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