|Selfie Cam Resolution||5-megapixel (FF)|
|Display size||4.7 inches|
|Display dots per inch||468.29 DPI|
|Display Resolution||1920 x 1080 px|
|Display's superficy||9.43 square inches|
|Display's superficy (metric)||239.52 square mm|
|Display total pixels||2073600|
|Operating System||PrivateOS (Android-based)|
|3G Networks||WCDMA, HSPA+|
|Maximum data rate||LTE 100Mbps (Cat3)|
|Connectors||Bluetooth v4.0, Wi-Fi|
|Manufacture product ID||BP1|
The Blackphone BP1 is essentially an anti-NSA phone launched with good timing amid the controversy sparked by Edward Snowden revelations about widespread governmental data collection. It apparently targets executives or public figures with its suite of privacy-enabled applications, including Silent Circle (an encryption-based platform for calls and texts) and the SpiderOak cloud storage. Its 2.2GHz NVIDIA Tegra quad-core processor supports the PrivateOS, based on Android. This 4.7-inch IPS device supports both HSPA+ and LTE, as well as the traditional GSM and WCDMA networks. The BP1 comes with an 8-megapixel camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper.
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