Blackberry and Boeing have designed a smartphone for employees and personnel of security industry that will self-destruct if any case is opened.
Despite of losing its popularity among the normal users because of android and other smartphones, the company is still quite popular among the business users.
Blackberry have teamed up with Boeing Company to design a super secured smartphone “Black Boeing” for the workers in the field of security and defense.
If the phone gets into wrong hands it will erase all the data in it making itself unusable like mission impossible style.
According to the documents filled by Federal Communications Commission the phone’s design is made invulnerable. It is completely sealed with no user-serviceable parts. The phone is locked with epoxy and temper proof screws that would erase all the data if anyone try to remove its hard drive.
The phone is equipped with dual SIM card service one connected with regular users and other with government network.
The data stored in the phone will be protected by Blackberry Enterprise server named BES12 which has multiple strict permission levels for accessing data.
“We’re pleased to announce that Boeing is collaborating with BlackBerry to provide a secure mobile solution for Android devices utilizing our BES12 platform…. That, by the way, is all they allow me to say.” Said BlackBerry’s chief executive John Chen on Monday during company’s call.
Until now nobody has the idea that how much the phone will cost.
Being the CEO of the company, Mr. Chen has increased the company’s concern towards the business and government users. The company has already released two phones this year for business users, one “Passport” and the other “Classic”.
The company reported a loss of $148 million for the third quarter of this year which is far better than the loss of $4 billion which the company had faced last year. Chen said that continuing efforts will make the company profitable till 2016.