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Boeing Black

Boeing Black is a secure Android smartphone built by Boeing and BlackBerry Limited,[1] targeted for (United States) government and military defense communities,[2] and people who "that need to keep communications and data secure".[1] In February 27, 2014, Boeing filed with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.


According to Boeing Defense, Space & Security Division, The Black has embedded hardware security features, can be configured through software policies, and has endless modularity capabilities.[3] The phone can self-destruct if it is tampered with, and will feature two slots for SIM cards.[1]


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