This Is The World’s Most Secure Android Smartphone

By : Tomi Adebayo |


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Blackberry unveiled the world’s most secure Android Smartphone – DTEK50

Blackberry continues to make Android Smartphones – The DTEK50 is the second one released

When Blackberry released their first Android Smartphone, it was welcomed with mixed reviews. The DTEK50 is the second Android smartphone from Blackberry and it’s deemed the most secure Android smartphone on the market right now.

It combines Blackberry’s industry proven encryption technology, security, privacy and productivity with Android Marshmallow 6.0 to make the world’s most secure Android device.

The DTEK50 offers a full Android experience in an all-touch design, at a price point that’s accessible for consumers and ideal for enterprise fleet deployment.

With smartphone users increasingly being targetted by hackers, the DTEK50 is designed to address the security and privacy needs of today’s Android users.

Whether you mistakingly download malicious apps, or user insecure Wi-Fi connection, BlackBerry’s DTEK50 have unique built-in hardware security to handle your security needs.

Why is the Blackberry DTEK50 so secure ?

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The DTEK50 encrypts all your information, including business data, personal data such as pictures, videos and contacts so that no one can easily access them without your permission.

Malware protection is built-in along with back-up, wipe and restore capabilities. It comes loaded with an additional software so that you have full visibility and control over which apps get access to personal info or device features such as the microphone or camera.

Since it’s BlackBerry’s own device, they will deliver security patches as soon as Google releases any software updates so you don’t have to wait.

What else does it offer besides security?

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The DTEK50 is only 7.4-millimeter thick with a 5.2-inch display. It doesn’t offer a pull-out QWERTY keyboard or a physical one like the Blackberry Priv, instead, it’s built into its touchscreen display just like most Android smartphones out on the market today.

With no physical keyboard present, the BlackBerry DTEK50 provides a smart keyboard that learns your typing habits and offers suggestions as you type.

For those who loves to snap, Blackberry’s latest Android device includes a 13 MP camera with  Auto Focus and a dual-tone LED flash. If you need to save a lot of videos and pictures, you can also expand its memory by up to 2 TB using a micro SD card.

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Blackberry did not forget the selfie-lovers, the DTEK50 is equipped with an 8MP front-facing camera, and Phase Detection to help the camera focus instantly and accurately for a blur-free, realistic looking photos, even in low light.

So how much is it and when can I buy it?

Starting today, DTEK50 is available to pre-order from in the UK for £275, and for a limited time, customers who pre-order will receive a complimentary BlackBerry Mobile Power Pack until the 8th of August at 11:59 pm PST.