The Blackphone going to be a device that brings Android security to a whole new level. Product of Geeksphone and Silent Circle, it runs a custom version of Google’s mobile OS called PrivatOS and ships with pre-installed apps to enable private calls, texting, video chats, file exchange up to 100MB, as well as private browsing and conference calls.
In addition, Blackphone will automatically disable all Wi-Fi connections except for previously defined trusted hotspots, while providing users with frequent secure updates.
Blackphone primarily targets business and government clients, but it will take money from everyone, as long as they want to pay $629 for the privilege.
When it comes to specs, the device features a 2GHz quad-core chip, 4.7-inch HD IPS display, LTE connectivity support, Bluetooth 4.0, dual cameras, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage.