Get More Security with Geeksphone`s Blackphone at $629

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We all know that your smartphone is heavily sharing your private information for different purposes and officially, there isn’t any device safe enough to make you better secure your personal data and files. But one small manufacturer claims to have solved the security issue with a phone that reportedly promises more in that matter. I am talking about the Geeksphone manufacturer to launch its Blackphone edition, the device to enter the market this summer at the high-end price of $629. Perhaps it seems too high right now, but it might be justifiable in case it will turn out to be a real security factor for your device.

The Blackphone might strike us as a rather interesting concept phone, with proof still to be certified in terms of security, as the device is intended to “make your privacy options as transparent as possible, while at the same time allowing for easy modification,” to state our source.

Get More Security with Geeksphone`s Blackphone at $629

Get More Security with Geeksphone`s Blackphone at $629

In terms of security options, the device uses a different kind of Android interface, named PrivatOS, with a security-oriented feature, which uses different security options that are being pushes up to the front.

But how does it really work as a “security phone”?

Get More Security with Geeksphone`s Blackphone at $629

Get More Security with Geeksphone`s Blackphone at $629

The Blackphone is very flexible in terms of allowing you which services and apps can access your private information and which don’t, due to the phone`s granular flexibility.

Furthermore, the phone is set up not to keep track of your previous browsing and history, giving you the possibility of customizing your private share of information.

Get More Security with Geeksphone`s Blackphone at $629

Get More Security with Geeksphone`s Blackphone at $629

The phone comes in black slate having a gentle curve design and enhances an 8-megapixel flash camera at the back, with a resolution not yet to be revealed.

As for its security features, we will see in the summer how well it performs to keep our private info safe. Do you really think that the unborn security phone has just risen from the ashes to deliver us the privacy we have always craved for? Feel free to join the conversation. Cheers to all!

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Bogdan - Eduard Huma

Hello fellow readers and Android lovers. I am Bogdan-Eduard Huma and I have been an English teacher for more than 10 years now. I love to write and I love Android. This is why I am here: to keep you updated with fresh news about everything on Android, smartphones releases, apps and much, much more.