BlackPhone will sport a secure version of Android called PrivatOS and will debut at MWC 2014


One of the biggest topics this year is going to be privacy, and BlackPhone is looking to capitalize on that. This smartphone comes out of a joint venture between Silent Circle and Geeksphone, and it will run a secure version of Android called PrivatOS. It will support secure phone calls, texting, file storage, and video chats. It will also run on GSM networks. Obviously corporations will be a target demographic, but consumers are likely to jump in as well.

The BlackPhone will be unveiled at next month’s Mobile World Congress, but if you want to sign up for updates, be sure to hit the source link.

source: BlackPhone
via: Slashgear