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Black Berry, Boeing to develop high-security Android ’’black phone’’

Black Berry, Boeing to develop high-security Android ’’black phone’’

NEW YORK: Boeing joined BlackBerry to make a high-security ‘balck phone’running on Android software. This phone designed for government agencies, it would encrypt calls, as well as destroyed all its data if it interfered with.
Boeing, the American airplane maker and defense contractor, is already working on the so-called black phone, the Canadian mobile technology company’s chief executive said Friday.
We’re pleased to announce that Boeing is collaborating with BlackBerry to provide a secure mobile solution for Android devices utilizing our BES 12 platform,” BlackBerry CEO John Chen said at a conference call.
“That, by the way, is all they allow me to say,” he added.
However, the secret development was unveiled by Myce website, citing an FCC filing for it earlier this year.
According to the filing, the black phone will feature a HDMI port to allow it to be connected to a TV, as well as USB, WiFi and Bluetooth. The dual-sim phone will support GSM, WCDMA and LTE, using micro SIM cards. What’s more, the 170-gram phone with a 13.25 mm-thick body can be custom configured to connect with biometric sensors, such as fingerprint scanners, and satellites.