The Blackberry Boys are back in town. Not to distribute their BBM pins but to highlight their newest release. The company just unveiled their newest DTEK50 smartphone hailing it as the world’s most secure Android phone.
Months after the Priv received lukewarm reception, Blackberry has stressed on ‘secure boot and hardware root of trust systems.’ Their biggest aim is to protect users from dangers both known and unknown. As such, the phone will include Blackberry’s Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions and also a keyboard.
This security update comes as a response to the recent flair of data leaks, phone malware and network disruptions users faced in the past.
While many are calling it a re-branded Android device, it boasts tons of security and feature updates. But before we jump on to the security part, let’s take a look at its features. Here are ten solid reasons to why the DTEK50 might just be the hottest smartphone release of the year:-
1 The Specifications
1.The DTEK50 is Blackberry’s first touchscreen-only Android phone. That being said, buyers no longer have to worry about repetitive stress injuries that plagued the QWERTY keypads from the first Blackberries.
2. Under the stylish 5.2-inch, 1920×1080 scratch-resistant screen sits a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor. It runs on a quad-core 1.5GHz speed and boasts an Adreno 405 GPU.
3.It runs on the superior Android 6.0 Marshmallow and has a storage capacity of 16 GB with a 3 GB RAM.
4. Enjoy a rear camera with a 13MP f/2.0; PDAF dual-tone LED flash that supports an HDR, 1080p/30 video capability.
5. Blackberry has learned from the mistakes of it’s previous Priv release. The DTEK50 has an expandable memory of 2 TB and strikingly matches the features of the Alcatel Idol 4.
6. The front camera is no small talk either. It has a jaw-dropping 8MP f/2.2 1.12-micron pixels with selfie flash and 1080p/30 video capability.
7.All this combined in a thin 147 x 72.5 x 7.4 mm design, weighing a light 135 g. Blackberry truly has learned from the past.
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