Other than the Priv, blackberry has launched another smartphone to it’s line of Android smartphones known as the Blackberry DTek50.
It will be recalled that Blackberry says it will be launching two Android smartphones this year. The ROME and Hamburg. The Hamburg is actually the Dtek50. Just a name change which shouldn’t come as a surprise from the company.
The Blackberry DTek50 is paraded as the ‘world’s most secured Android smartphone‘ and it runs Android 6.0 marshmallow OS out of the box.
The smartphone basically encrypts all user information and comes with a DTEK by Blackberry app, which can automatically monitor the OS to let users know when their privacy is at risk. And of course, they are also presented with ways to make their privacy better.
DTEK also performs other functions like tracking other apps, notifying users about suspicious activities on the device.
As you probably could tell, the Blackberry DTek50 design looks similar and yes, it’s very much similar to the Alcatel idol 4. More so, the Dtek50 features pretty much the same specs as the idol 4.
A quick look at the BB DTek50 smartphone, the device features the following specs:
- 5.2 inch display with 1080p resolution (424ppi)
- Octa-core Snapdragon 617 CPU
- Adreno GPU,
- 3GB RAM,
- 16GB internal storage which is expandable using SD cards.
- 13 megapixels rear camera with phase detection, auto-focus
- 8 megapixels front facing camera
- 2610 mAh non-removable battery with Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0
The Blackberry DTek50 is currently on pre-order with a price tag of $299. Shipping should commence on the 8th of August. More so, Customers who pre-order the DTEK50 will also receive a high-capacity BlackBerry MP-12600 Mobile Power Charger, which includes a 12,600 mAh battery, 1 microUSB charging port (for the DTEK50), and 2 USB charging ports (for other devices).