All About Smartphones: Super Secure Android Smartphone Built

Friday, February 28, 2014

Super Secure Android Smartphone Built

Boeing, the successful aircraft manufacturing company have decided to venture into making smartphones; but, not your ordinary kind of smartphones -- the ones that are very rear and made for government agencies and personnel that are highly security conscious --The Boeing Black Super Secure Smartphone.

The Boeing Black super secure smartphone doesn't come with all the spec overkill you would find in a Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone but that of a medium range smartphone. The phone is so secure that if there is any attempt to pry open the phone, all the files will automatically get fried and perhaps blow up on your face (that last part is a joke).

The smartphone comes with a 1.2GHz quad core ARM Cortex9 processor running inside of it, PDMI port, MicroSD slot, 4.3 inch display and a highly modified Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2.

According to Boeing, the security features of the device include the following:

  • Android™ Operating System: Convenient smartphone for Android usage
  • Disk Encryption: Encrypted storage for sensitive data
  • Hardware Root of Trust: Ensures software authenticity
  • Hardware Crypto Engine: Protects stored and transmitted data
  • Embedded Secure Components: Enables trusted operations
  • Trusted Platform Modules: Provides secure key storage
  • Secure Boot: Maintains device image integrity
  • Hardware Modularity: Endless modularity capabilities
The phone comes with cool features -- satellite radio transceiver, solar charger, GPS receiver and extended battery packs.

According to the Boeing website, it was stated that the phone was designed for security and modularity in mind to ensure that their customers can use the same smartphone across a range of missions and configurations.

There is no word on pricing yet but we are sure it won't be cheap like a normal medium end android smartphone.

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