Connect with us

Upcoming Mobiles

Self-Destruction Smarpthone from Boeing is now Ready for Field Testing



Worried about your data being leaked or tampered? Then Boeing Black is the answer for it. The members of the US military along with the head of NSA are testing a super secure smartphone that can self-destruct itself if required. This Black phone from Boeing is designed to connect agents and contractors across the world with the government of the US. This lets the government set up top secret communication network, and this is being tested.

The aerospace giant began designing this device early 2014, and it also mentioned that the Black smartphone would self-destruct itself if it gets tampered. Well, this being a move to keep the communication and the data secured by the phone is not yet confirmed on the Government network.

Lt. Gen. Alan Lynn, the Defense Information Systems Agency, co-developers, has mentioned that NSA chief Adm. Michael Rogers was one of the first to test it. Any attempt to break open the casing of the device would trigger functions that would delete the data and software contained within the device and makes the device inoperable.

The Boeing Black comes with Dual SIM capability which lets the user switch the SIM between the Government and other commercial networks. This was mentioned in the Boeing official website where all the specifications of the device are mentioned. The handset comes featured with a 4.3-inch qHD display and comes with Li-ion 1500 mAh battery on the back to power it. This device is being listed on the companies official website.

The Boeing Black will come with 4G LTE connectivity and has come with Bluetooth v2.1 plus EDR-enabled and Wi-Fi. Under the hood, there is a 1.2 GHz Arm Cortex A9 CPU and comes with a microSD card slot to extend the memory on the device. It will come with Android Operating system and has a specific hardware and software architecture for various configurations depending on the type of mission.

There is a built in modular port that can be integrated by adding additional sensors or technology enhancements according to the missions. This is a good move from Boeing that can lead to the transformation of the security levels and enhance it. The device is gone for testing and expected to come into limelight very soon.

So what do you think about this self-destructing smartphone? Stay tuned to Phoneradar and comment in the section below to know more about the same.


Copyright © 2022 PHONERADAR. Part of Digital World Solutions.