Blackberry DTEK50 goes official, claimed to be the world’s most secure Android smartphone

By Team Feedbaac

Blackberry, once known for their unique range of secure smartphones, has now officially unveiled their second latest Android device called the DTEK50. The new smartphone is technically a rebrand of the Alcatel Idol 4, but with the implementation of Blackberry’s own Android security tweaks and applications.

Users will get all of the Blackberry’s exclusive features, such as the Blackberry Hub, the Blackberry keyboard, DTEK security monitoring, Gesture Controls, Blackberry Device Search, and a programmable Blackberry Convenience Key.

Inside the DTEK50 lies the Snapdragon 617 processor, chipped with 3GB RAM, and 16GB of internal storage with microSD card expansion flexibility. The display of the device is a 5.2-inch 1080p screen. The smartphone comes with a 13MP main camera sensor, along with an 8MP selfie shooter. The device houses a 2160 mAh battery.

Expect the new Android-powered Blackberry DTEK50 to hit the Middle Eastern stores soon. The device is priced at an approx. $299.

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