The Canadian company, BlackBerry, having declined to continue manufacturing its hardware and software classics as well have chosen to make phones with Android operating system.
Now comes another smartphone without QWERTY (physical) keyboard without the typical software system used by its previous fabrications that had a system based on QNX.
That is why the BlackBerry DTEK50 will be a phone that will focus even more so what is its safety. Which thus ensures the company, in saying that this will be “the safest of all Android”, so its software, called DTEK, protect the device against malicious programs. The software allows encryption of your data, plus photos and videos, also allowing the user to monitor their applications to protect your privacy.
The DTEK50 Full HD features a 5.2 inch screen about running with Android 6.0 Mashmallow system, but still retains a few features of its operating system, BB10.The device will also feature a Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon Octa-Core, with a RAM of 3 GB and 15 GB of internal memory, and if you run short with its storage capacity, this’ll be able to expand to an impressive 2TB.
The pre-order DTEK50 are now open to the public from the online store BlackBerry, priced at $ 299 and it is expected that deliveries of reaching their recipients from August 8 in the US, UK, Canada and Italy.
With its new bet, after considering a new beginning, BlackBerry hopes to capitalize on the popularity of the Android platform to offer its brand as a synonym for secure software.
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BlackBerry expands its horizon, looking for new ways to innovate in style when creating new smartphone, without entirely losing the identity of what they were working on before. The Canadian company had its golden years with the release of his first personal phones, now at a time with competition as Samsung, Huawei, iPhone and others, it’s up to the size and demonstrate that it is still able to prove his worth with its new and future devices.