Blackberry’s DTEK50 Is The Most Secure Android Phone Around

Blackberry looks to take another stab at the oversaturated smartphone market by playing to their skills while still meeting the standard and needs of a mid-range Android smartphone. Meet the Blackberry DTEK50, the most secure Android smartphone in the market.

At first glance, the DTEK50 might not be quite the looker but underneath the exterior packs a fairly competent smartphone that will fit any user for their daily usage.

Here’s a quick rundown of the DTEK50 specs:

OS: Android 6.0

Screen: 5.2-inch LCD screen with 1080×1920 pixels resolution

Features: CPU: Snapdragon 617 octa-core 1.5GHz, 3GB RAM, DTEK50 Security app, 16GB Internal Storage (microSD slot expandable up to 2TB)

Camera: 13 MP rear camera, 8MP front facing camera

Battery: 2610mAh

On its own, the DTEK50 can definitely survive the mid-range smartphone market but what sets it apart from most smartphones is the inclusion of Blackberry’s world renown security that’s built-in the phone. The DTEK Security App, which can also be found on the company’s Priv model, is a security suite app that truly keeps all your as secure as possible as it gives users granular controls of the DTEK50.

Don’t like the fact that an app uses your microphone to take pictures? Turn it off. Worried that hackers might exploit any Android security loopholes? Blackberry promises that the DTEK Security App will update with all the latest security patch on day-and-date.

Blackberry Dtek 50

To top it off, the phone is priced at a reasonable $439, which puts it in the same range as the OnePlus X and Moto G4 Plus.

If you’re looking for a smartphone that hits all the checklist of a mid-tier phone, the DTEK50 has got you covered, however, it truly excels when it comes to giving you a piece of mind in the security it provides over your smartphone.

Source: Blackberry

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