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BlackBerry DTEK50 prices in Philippines

The BlackBerry DTEK50 was recently launched and has received positive reviews and comments from tech experts. Know more about this new addition to the BlackBerry smart phones below.

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Blackberry DTEK50 – Security at Your Fingertips

The Blackberry DTEK50 has been marketed as “The World’s Most Secure Android Smartphone”. Just to clarify – this does not mean that your Android smart phone is not secure. Why it claims to be more secure than the rest is because more layers can be added to its security system, allowing it to provide better protection of your personal information.

Just like how you would not leave your doors at home unlocked at night, so do you not want your personal information be exposed to the public. Nowadays, we have a tendency to share information – our present location, photos with our family members, where we work, without thinking of the risks involved; being stalked by strangers, our private details being unintentionally revealed to strangers.

Built-In Armor to Protect Your Personal Details

With technology being so advanced today, the risks of our personal information being exposed and misused is higher than ever before. Malware can be used to obtain your bank info and GPS systems can be hacked to track your daily movement and routines. The DTEK50 aims to reduce these risks by introducing the DTEK by BlackBerry for Android application. This revolutionary app serves as an internal shield can automatically monitor your phone’s OS and apps and notify you when your privacy is at risk and how you can counter it.

DTEK Application Functions

The DTEK application has multiple functions; firstly it provides you with an overall rating of your device’s overall security rating – categorizing it as excellent, poor or fair. It also tracks your applications and informs you if someone is taking videos and photos without your knowledge, sending a text message, or accessing your contacts and messages.

BlackBerry Intelligent Keyboard

The DTEK50 also comes with an intelligent keyboard, designed to learn from continuous and repetitive usage. The intelligent keyboard learns and provides word suggestions as you type, increasing your typing speed and accuracy.

Impressive Photo Quality

Despite placing most of the emphasis in strengthening the phone’s internal security system, the typical smart phone aspects of the DTEK50 is not neglected. The built-in camera is more than capable of delivering the perfect selfie, with live colour filters and manual controls equipped to produce realistic and clear photos even in low-light conditions.

Scratch and Smudge Resistant Screen

Do you find yourself cleaning your smart phone screen often because they are covered with smudges and dust? The DTEK50 possesses a screen made of scratch resistant glass with a specialized coating, making it more resistant towards dust, scratches and fingerprint smudges. This is useful in making sure that the touch screen is always on optimum performance and increases the durability of the screen also.

BlackBerry DTEK50 Expert Reviews

hungrygeeks.ph
Reviewed on 2016-10-04
The DTEK50 is the 1st smartphone of Blackberry that they didn't design, yup it was commissioned by TCL which is also the manufacturer of Alcatel. Launched last August 2016, the smartphone was announced as the most secure smartphone of Blackberry. Interest...
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yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-08
Sturdy build, Good display, Great overall performance, An affordable BlackBerry deviceA bit light for our liking, Additional BlackBerry features are not skin deep, Lacks a fingerprint scanner, Average battery life
BlackBerry is still in the game and it's using Android to get them back on its feet. If the Priv is way too much for you to enjoy a BlackBerry phone, then the DTEK50 we have here wants to address that concern. Let's find out in this review if BlackBerry's...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-15
Thus, BlackBerry made a HUGE change to how it does mobile in 2015 when it confirmed it would be switching to Google's Android OS for its phones going forwards. This was big news for the technology space, as BlackBerry shifting to Android is sort of like A...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
The BlackBerry DTEK50 is the world's most secure Android smartphone – and that's not a bad claim to fame. Concerns over personal security on our mobile devices have never been greater, and the DTEK50 looks to play on that insecurity in people's minds by o...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-16
Thus, BlackBerry made a HUGE change to how it does mobile in 2015 when it confirmed it would be switching to Google's Android OS for its phones going forwards. This was big news for the technology space, as BlackBerry shifting to Android is sort of like A...
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techpp.com
Reviewed on 2017-02-09
B lackBerry's inability to find the perfect device for the “budget smartphone” segment has been touted as one of the reasons for the brand's decline in recent years. Ironically, the Canadian brand had its high noon when it released the 8520 in 2009 at a p...
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ausdroid.net
Reviewed on 2017-01-19
Blackberry's DTEK50 represents great value for money in the budget segment; an affordable phone at around $400 (depending on vendor) with class-leading build quality, great software and connectivity, let down by a battery perhaps a bit small. Plus, it's a...
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digit.in
Reviewed on 2017-01-11
Good display, Smooth UI, Very good keyboard, Compact and ergonomic form factorBattery life could have been better, 16GB builtin storage, Camera should have been better, Odd placement of the Quick Launcher and power button
Once upon a time, when the iPhone wasn't a reality, there was BlackBerry. BlackBerry phones possessed three very important features – an awesome keyboard, good battery life and push mail, combined with BBM, which made it the ultimate communication device...
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themobileindian.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-19
Display, SecurityPoor battery back up, Convenience key placement is confusing, Camera could have been better
It might appeal to the business customers with the type of security the company is giving, but for a regular people, it is just another Android smartphone.With the news that BlackBerry will no longer be building smartphones itself, we saw a steep decline...
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91mobiles.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-08
Ergonomic and durable build, Impressive display, Decent camera quality, Security features,  Heats up quickly, Poor battery life, No fingerprint sensor
The current state of Canadian giant BlackBerry shows how companies need to continue innovating to avoid going into oblivion. From being the first manufacturer to offer ‘smart'phones with email access and QWERTY keypads to becoming an aspirational brand fo...
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fonearena.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-02
Good display, Good build quality and lightweight design, Software features and timely security updates, Good audio outputPriced on the higher side, Average battery life, Single SIM, No fingerprint sensor
BlackBerry launched DTEK50 in India last month for Rs. 21990. It is the second Android smartphone from the company after the Priv . BlackBerry recently announced that it will stop in-house smartphone development and will outsource it to partners. The DTEK...
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gadgets.ndtv.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-25
Decent camera quality, Well builtAwful battery life, No fingerprint sensor, Unappealing overall look
As expected for many years now, BlackBerry has announced that it will no longer build smartphones itself . Phones with BlackBerry's branding will be designed, manufactured and marketed by partners while the company itself focuses on software. The last pho...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-25
The BlackBerry Hub still rocks InexpensiveCrappy camera Uninspired design Terrible name
I have so many mixed feelings about BlackBerry's DTEK50, a $300 Android-powered phone.I'm disappointed the company went with a “reference” design from a manufacturing partner for the hardware, while at the same time excited to use a device that marries An...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2016-09-15
safest Android smartphone, bright Full HD panel, LTE, accurate GPS, decent speakers, long battery lifeno fingerprint sensor, just 9 GB of available storage, abysmal WiFi data rates, only mediocre cameras, high temperature development, incompatible with several benchmarks
Fort Knox. Blackberry touts its 5.2-inch DTEK50 as the most secure Android smartphone in the world. The mid-range handset consequently also comes with an impressive selection of security features, but it is nevertheless just as easy to handle as a standar...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-02
The BlackBerry PRIV, while a solid first attempt at an Android phone, left quite a bit to be desired. The keyboard felt like an afterthought and the performance, notably the battery life, wasn't great. Still, BlackBerry debuted a lot of good ideas with th...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-29
Monthly security updates, Nearstock Android software, Nice display and speakersUnimpressive performance, Weak camera, Poor battery life
You can do better spending between $300 and $400 on a phoneLast year BlackBerry launched the Priv, its first-ever Android smartphone. The Priv represented another attempt by BlackBerry to reinvent itself for the modern mobile era and build something worth...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-24
Solid build quality, BlackBerry is great at software, InexpensiveBattery life could be better, Convenience key placement is confusing, Occasional hiccups
With a review headline that reads "cheap, secure and better than expected," you might expect the device in question to have earned a high score. As it turns out, this is a BlackBerry we're talking about, which is to say, "better than expected" doesn't nec...
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mobilephones.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-23
Build QualityPhone Set UpFeaturesCamera & VideoBattery LifeBlackBerry has created another fully android device,the BlackBerry DTEK50 , with access to more than one million apps. This smartphone is BlackBerry's best so far and is the world's most secure An...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-17
The BlackBerry DTEK50 is a slim, lightweight phone that's easy to use with a single hand. BlackBerry's software tweaks mostly improve the Android experience.The camera struggles in low light, performance is a bit lacking, and BlackBerry's security claims are seriously overblown
The new BlackBerry DTEK50 is sold as a BlackBerry phone that will make your personal information incredibly secure.There's just a few problems. It isn't made by BlackBerry, doesn't run a BlackBerry operating system and doesn't really make your phone secur...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-08-17
The BlackBerry DTEK50 is a slim, lightweight phone that's easy to use with a single hand. BlackBerry's software tweaks mostly improve the Android experienceThe camera struggles in low light, performance is a bit lacking, and BlackBerry's security claims are seriously overblown
The new BlackBerry DTEK50 is sold as a BlackBerry phone that will make your personal information incredibly secure.There's just a few problems. It isn't made by BlackBerry, doesn't run a BlackBerry operating system and doesn't really make your phone secur...
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