BlackBerry DTEK50 Officially Announced: The world’s most secure Android smartphone

If there’s such thing as an ambitious manufacturer, then it’s definitely BlackBerry! After struggling to maintain on the market with phones running their own operating system, the Canadian company finally made the jump to Android, with last year’s Priv handset. However, things didn’t go as expected and, surprisingly, they decided to give it another shot, with the new BlackBerry DTEK50.

On the other side, the launch isn’t that much of a surprise, since renders of the phone started surfacing over the past weeks, alongside code names like Hamburg or Neon. Still, it’s officially called BlackBerry DTEK50 and it’s not bad at all!

At a first look, we can notice a strong resemblance to the alcatel Idol 4, a mid-ranger released earlier this year. And we’re not wrong at all, as the DTEK50 is just a re-branded Idol 4, running BlackBerry’s version of Android, loaded with security gimmick, alongside BlackBerry Hub and their keyboard.

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