While other big companies are focusing more on design, cameras and display of their devices, there's a sole company - Silent Circle, which has taken the phone security and data encryption to the next level, it has launched its new Blackphone 2, which is a 'security intensified' version of the Blackphone, released a year back at the MWC. The Blackphone 2, apart from its additional security protocols, comes at par with other flagships released at the MWC. Not to mention that it also released a tab of same sort - The Blackphone+. It sports a 5.5 inch HD screen (1920 x 1080 pixels), protected all over by Corning Gorilla glass 3, along with a whooping 3GB of RAM and an Octa-core 64-bit processor under the hood. When it comes to the battery, it's a 3060mAH non-removable battery with quick-charge2.0 feature and an expandable storage via its MicroSD port. Whereas the tab, the Blackphone+ has got a 7" screen and not too many details were revealed about it. On the software side, it has got its proprietary PrivateOS 1.1 which sits on the Android kernel with little to no customization. The security and encryption are obviously better than the stock android and the specs have been significantly increased from its predecessor. It has also got certain software tweaks like the Silent Suite and Silent Meeting, which is the company's own secure video conferencing application. But is it better than Skype ? (minus the security thing of course), well that's up to the users to decide. The 'Silent suite' allows start-to-end automatic encryption of voice and video messages over the VoIP service and also other security tweaks, it provides you with an encrypted messenger and an address book. As a whole, this Suite is the heart and undertakes all the 'encrypting responsibilities' of the phone.