A California based newcomer, called Turing Robotic Industries, is entering the markets with a new smartphone - expectedly April this year.
Interestingly enough, they have chosen Jolla's Sailfish as the Operating System. Sailfish was probably chosen because of its security attributes.
Another interesting fact is, that TRI has chosen manufacturing location of their new device to be in the Nokia's old facilities in Salo, Finland.
According to company's CEO, Steve Chao, the choice was made based on favorable Privacy laws in Finland.
Finland's recent move to reduce corporate tax rate from previous 24% to 20% - one of the lowest in EU - might have had some weight in the scales as well
Indeed, the phone seems to stress end-to-end security. On their web page they empasize the security features are complimented with stronger than steel liquid metal chassis.
Turing Home Page
TRI's Facebook page
Article about the matter in Tech Crunch