Earlier this year during MWC, we had met the folks from Sikur who told us that they were working on a smartphone called GranitePhone. The smartphone as the name suggests is aimed at protecting the users data and maintaining privacy.
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Geeksphone which was the world’s first Spanish smartphone maker has decided that it will stop making smartphones. After developing six devices over a span of six years, they have stated that their company has reached the “end of a cycle”.
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Silent Circle has acquired Geeksphone in order to give full control over the Blackphone project. The duo had partnered to launch the privacy focused Android smartphone last year at MWC.
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Blackphone will feature Nvidia’s Tegra 4i chipset to handle application processing and the connectivity. Announced at the MWC 2014, the phone which is touted as the most secure phone. SGP, a joint venture of Silent Circle and Geeksphone have developed the Blackphone which went for pre order in February 24 costs $629 and will ship from June in US and Europe.
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Silent Circle, global encrypted communications service based in Washington D.C and the Spanish Android smartphone maker Geeksphone has announced Blackphone, in their first Switzerland-based joint venture. This is the world’s first smartphone with that would offer complete security, privacy and control to its users, says the company. This carrier and vendor-independent smartphone is powered by a security-oriented Android build called PrivatOS, but without compromising on security. Continue reading “Blackphone with secured Android-based PrivatOS announced, launching at MWC next month”