After procreating a niche in modern aviation and space travel through avant garde commercial airplanes and large-scale systems, Boeing Company seems to have broadened its horizon. The aerospace giant recently plunged into the smartphone business with a new mobile phone. But, you better don’t jump and bound high as the latest competent won’t be buzzing across our local wireless stores.
Developed for the United States Security Market and Government Defense, the exclusive Boeing smartphone will be laying its sturdy foundation on Google’s Android operating system. So you know what to expect there – an immersive, rich user experience with a multitude of new possibilities. The device however aims at delivering a superior information technology interaction whilst catering to defense and security needs.
Although competitors have been putting forth similar security and encryption features at relatively lesser price points, the Boeing phone promises to render a lot more than the existing bunch. Integrated with the company’s proprietary software and hardware, the smartphone should enable users to seamlessly manage their tasks with unprecedented reliability and comfort.
Should snooze in a compact enclosure (as every device has been getting a slender sheath these days), the mobile phone will hopefully incorporate a slew of lighter features too. By ‘lighter’, we mean entertainment features here. Nevertheless, the smartphone even includes the ability to utilize popular apps yet sustaining the functions for business communication needs.
Since the company has just announced about its foray, it might be a bit too early to talk about its other hardware specifications. But, great performance merged with remarkable usability is definitely something that we are looking forward to. The Boeing smartphone has further been slated for late 2012 whereas $20,000 is the price tag that would be hitched along.