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BlackBerry unveils £275 super-secure DTEK50 Android phone - Wired.co.uk

BlackBerry has unveiled a touchscreen smartphone it is calling “the world's most secure” Android handset. Leaked previously under the BlackBerry Neon moniker, the DTEK50 is a mid-range handset which claims to be the most secure Android smartphone on ...and more »

BlackBerry Neon image released ahead of launch - GSMArena.com

Now that BlackBerry is fully committed to Android, we will be seeing more Android phones from the company going forward. After the BlackBerry Priv from last year, the company is now set to launch its second Android phone, the BlackBerry Neon. Unlike ...and more »

BlackBerry unveils the DTEK50, the 'world's most secure' Android smartphone - Digital Trends

Embattled phonemaker BlackBerry promised at least three new Android smartphones this year, and leaks suggested as much. Now, though, the Waterloo, Ontario-based company has officially confirmed one of them: On Tuesday, it announced the DTEK50, a ...and more »

BlackBerry DTEK50 - NDTV

BlackBerry DTEK50 smartphone was launched in July 2016. The phone comes with a 5.20-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels at a PPI of 424 pixels per inch. BlackBerry DTEK50 price in India starts from Rs. 15,988. The ...and more »

BlackBerry DTEK50 Android Smartphone Launched - NDTV

BlackBerry Ltd unveiled a second Android-based handset on Tuesday, a device combining Alphabet Inc's popular software and broad app catalog with the Canadian company's security and productivity features at a lower price. The faded smartphone pioneer is ...and more »

BlackBerry rebrands Chinese smartphone, creates the $299 BlackBerry DTEK50 - Ars Technica

As the first-ever Android phone from BlackBerry, the BlackBerry Priv was an interesting experiment. BlackBerry tried to go super-premium with a $700 phone, but the design, build quality, and specs couldn't back up the price tag. Now, BlackBerry is back ...and more »

Blackberry Gives Up - Gizmodo

Blackberry has basically given up. The dusty old smartphone pioneer is releasing its second Android phone, even after investors (and an uninterested public) urged CEO John Chen to ditch the handset business altogether. But alas, here we are, and so is ...and more »

BlackBerry DTEK50 vs BlackBerry Priv: What's the difference? - Pocket-lint.com

BlackBerry is said to be announcing three smartphones over the next 12 months, the first of which has debuted as "the world's most secure Android smartphone". The device was codenamed Hamburg and Neon in rumours leading up to its announcement, but it ...and more »

BlackBerry DTEK50 review - Techradar India

If privacy and security are crucial when it comes to selecting a smartphone the DTEK50 will be right up your street, but for those just looking for solid performance at a reasonable price there are better options out there. For. Excellent security and ...and more »

Blackberry announces DETK50, a secure $299 Android phone - Greenbot

The company says it's 'the world's most secure Android phone,' but is that enough to spur sales? Email a friend. To. Use commas to separate multiple email addresses. From. Privacy Policy. Thank you. Your message has been sent. Sorry. There was an error ...and more »