Back in July, Blackberry announced a new Android phones called the DTEK50, a $300 unlocked device with a focus on what the company has always done best – security. Moments after the phone was announced, the internet was quick to point out that this was nothing more than a re-branded Alcatel Idol 4. In other words, […]
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BlackBerry announced the DTEK50, an affordable smartphone focused on bringing security to all Android fans. While the specs inside of the DTEK50 won’t blow you away, even with BlackBerry highlighting the autofocus-having 13-megapixe...
The struggling company will cease the internal development of hardware, instead outsourcing it to partners. It will focus instead on security and software.
BlackBerry’s DTEK50 marks the company’s entry into one of the most competitive markets: low-cost Android phones. The $300 phone continues the security theme of its pricey predecessor, the Priv, but lacks a physical keyboard.