BlackBerry’s Secusmart has announced a brand new tablet named SecuTablet, in partnership with IBM and also Samsung.
Nevertheless, it is certainly not the iconic tablet, the spiritual son of the PlayBook, that BlackBerry’s Chief executive officer John Chen, hinted at MWC a few weeks back .
Seems that it is a tablet based upon the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10 .5, most likely among the best tablets out there, at least in terms of its specifications.
The new product focuses on the productive global security market wherein national and worldwide public sector businesses and enterprises hunting for enhanced data security.
IBM will supply with the secure app draping modern technology for the SecuTablet and support to employ it in numerous public sector systems. Secusmart will offer with the under-lying security features and also cope with the branding.
Apart from that there are no specifics of its price tag, availability and whether the Android OS that fuels it has been tailored or not.
Users will definitely be able to install their very own apps and widely used apps for example Twitter, Youtube, Facebook or Whatsapp (BlackBerry’s press release outlines“additional security” for certain applications).