Scared of the thought of hackers prying into your private life? The Blackphone 2 is a sequel to last year's Blackphone, a mobile that offers encrypted texts, a locked-down version of Android and much more. Click through to check out the new model from every angle.
The Blackphone 2 is powered by a 64-bit octa-core processor. That processor is backed up by a hearty 3GB of RAM.
That's a 5.5-inch display, with a 1,920x1,080-pixel resolution.
There's a microSD card slot for extra storage.
The Blackphone 2 is all about privacy. Encrypted texts, voice-over-IP calls, video chat and contacts list are all on offer, using manufacturer Silent Circle's secure tech.
Unfortunately there's no encrypted email on board yet, however.
You also get Silent Circle's 'Spaces' software, which creates separate partitions on one tablet.
Using Spaces, you could store private work documents in one 'Space', then put all your personal apps and games in another.
Different spaces can have different passcodes, letting you further lock down your personal information. You can remotely wipe the tablet, too, should it get stolen.
The Blackphone 2 is due out in July, and Silent Circle says it's gunning for the same $629 (which equates to roughly £409 or AU$809) price tag that the first Blackphone bore.