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New Android phone thinks your privacy is worth $629

25
Feb
2014

Blackphone, the Android phone that’s supposed to enhance the privacy of the user, actually has a price and can be pre-ordered. The device costs $629, The Next Web reports, and the smartphone will start shipping this June. In addition to pre-order details for the smartphone, Geeksphone has also listed some specs and features for the device. The Blackphone will offer a 4.7-inch HD IPS display, 2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, 8-megapixel camera 802.11n, and 4G LTE support. The handset will run a PrivatOS operating system based on Android and will include Google Apps, but it will also include a variety of other apps including Silent Phone, Silent Text and Silent Contacts, as well as some exclusive

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