Samsung and BlackBerry are teaming up to create what they’re calling a “spyproof” tablet that will be used by the German government to handle classified information. Yeah, it’s basically a device for James Bond.
This isn’t the first time the companies have joined forces to build high-security tablets. Last year, the two companies, with IBM’s help, introduced a modified version of the Galaxy Tab S 10.5, which was also aimed at being highly secure.
The device was called the SecuTablet, and came at a very pricey $2,380. It’s not yet known exactly how much the new device, along with its security features, will cost.
It’s also not known what kind of a deal BlackBerry has with the German government.
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