The stealth module is a set of algorithms that allow the device to “know” what your phone does without using its sensors built-into the chip. We have all seen this happen with Siri that can’t read Google’s “I am feeling stressed” or “I am thirsty” or “I want to go to Starbucks”, so we’re all familiar with the concept of “stealth”.
This concept also pertains to the idea of a “smart phone” as an autonomous device that has more levels of autonomy, like a machine. Essentially, the stealth module allows the phone to do things that you do (like send you text messages) without showing you the screen. You can be the smart phone, but you are doing it from a distance.
There is a lot of good in the stealth module, but it is a bit of a joke, so it would seem you’re just using it as an autonomous device to take your phone and send you a text message without showing it the screen.
The concept is that you are using the phone as a mobile “teleporter.” When you are in a situation where you know you have to be a certain distance away, you can tell the phone to “move” so it shows you the text. This feature is only available to the phone model Blackberry currently supports.
It is only available for the Blackberry phone currently supported by the company, and it will be limited to a few select Blackberry phones in the future. It is a great feature, however, and should make life a lot easier for those of us that already own a phone with this feature.
It’s also a great way to hide from your phone while still getting the action. In fact, there’s even a dedicated “Stealth Mode” that hides your Blackberry phone while still being able to have the phone’s screen still visible. Unfortunately, this feature is only available to Blackberry users right now, but it will be available for all Blackberry phones in the future.
Unfortunately, you can’t keep your Blackberry phone on Stealth Mode forever. The only way to actually hide your Blackberry phone from your phone is to disconnect it from your Blackberry, which is a shame. Hopefully this will eventually be expanded to other phones, but the feature is only available in Blackberry.
While Blackberry may be the best phone for this, it’s not the only one. There are a lot of phones that can do it too, but we’ll get to those in a later article, plus it’s not a huge sacrifice to not have the option. The main reason is that it’s easier and faster to just keep your phone on silent mode for extended periods, but there’s also the trade-off of actually concealing your phone.
Well, its not that its easier and faster to just keep it on silent mode, but its easier and faster to conceal your phone. It helps with the concealment part, because you can hide your phone in your pocket or purse or just put it in a cup or bag or whatever you can find. It also helps with the extension part, because if you use your phone for anything that can cause it to be seen, its going to be harder for any of us to see it.
The phone is also a distraction. Its easy to get a phone that has a camera, and its really hard to get a phone that only has a microphone. Its really easy to conceal a phone, and really hard to conceal a phone that has a camera. But its important to remember that the phone is just a tool, and at least some of us have a lot of tools that can be used for different purposes.