In a world where security is the most important factor when using any technological equipment, it’s important to always choose products that help you keep that, one of the biggest problems being with smartphones, which are regularly involved in security leaks, despite holding a lot of personal data.

Boeing wants to fix that with the unveiling of their new smartphone, the Boeing Black.

A new smartphone that has been built from the ground up with security in mind, the device uses disk encryption, hardware root of trust, a hardware crypto engine, embedded secure components, trusted platform modules and secure boot to safeguard your data, and will even delete your data if it detects someone is trying to break open the casing of the device, making it perfect for anyone needing a little extra security on their smartphone.

The design is also completely modular, allowing the users to attach extra modules such as an extended battery, a satellite transceiver, advanced location tracking sensor and much more.

Beside that it has a 4.3 inch qHD display, 1.2GHz dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor, microSD card slot, dual SIM card support, Bluetooth v2.1 EDR connectivity, a 1590mAh battery and an unknown version of Android.

Pricing and release date information is yet to be revealed.

Source: Boeing

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