They say that good things come to those who wait. I would suppose that should you happen to be an industry watcher where smartphones are concerned, you might have come across news that Boeing, the aviation giant, intends to make the jump into the world of smartphones. This is almost as “silly” as supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg teaming up with Razer to roll out a limited edition Razer Blade gaming laptop, as the worlds of both companies are poles apart. No matter, it has been a couple of years since Boeing reiterated their commitment to work on an Android-powered smartphone that is secure, and here we are in spring with news of such a smartphone having arrived at the FCC already for approval, which can only mean one thing – the Boeing Android-powered smartphone is well on its way to the market.
This unnamed Boeing smartphone has already passed through the FCC, where it has been specially developed to play nice with AT&T’s LTE and HSPA networks. Not only that, it will also be the exception to the rule as the Boeing handset will sport dual SIM slots, not exactly a common occurrence here in the US. There has been no formal announcement of this smartphone yet (otherwise known as Black), so we will just have to sit tight and wait for one.
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