In general, smartphones have never been designed with security in mind. The emphasis has always been on features and capabilities while security is usually relegated to the back burner. And, while no internet-connected device is 100% secure, a few smartphones stand out as the best contenders for mobile security.
BlackBerry DTEK50BlackBerry describes the DTEK50 smartphone as the “world’s most secure Android smartphone.” The DTEK50 includes features such as periodic application tracking, which automatically monitors the OS and apps. This feature also notifies you when your privacy could be at risk and informs you as to what actions you can take.
The DTEK50 also has the ‘Password keeper’ app which allows you to store all your important passwords in an encrypted space, which itself is protected by a single password which.
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Boeing BlackBoeing Black is the fruit of a collaborative effort between Boeing and BlackBerry. Designed with government agencies in mind, Boeing Black is capable of encrypting calls. It also comes with a self-destruct feature which ensures that any attempt to break into the device sets off the auto-deletion of all data and software, making the phone inoperable. Read More