I wrote about the Silent Circle encryption software for cell phones last December at http://goo.gl/4mXV9M and briefly again in March at http://goo.gl/r7x52E about the same company’s plan to sell a cell phone with the same voice encryption software already installed. Now the company is accepting orders with expected delivery in sometime in September.
One problem: the producing company has not yet announced the price. It is expected to be expensive, however.
The “Blackphone 2” will have a 5.5-inch 1080p display, an octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. What makes it different from other phones with similar specs, though, is that it runs an Android-based platform called PrivatOS which includes a suite of secure apps, including ones for encrypted messaging and voice calls. With this cell phone, your private calls and messages will really remain private.
Details may be found at https://www.silentcircle.com/products-and-solutions/devices.