BlackBerry presents the DTEK50 smartphone

BlackBerry presents the DTEK50 smartphone

The struggling Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry has announced a new smartphone that comes with the rather strange DTEK50 product name. The company claims the DTEK50 is the most rugged Android smartphone in the world but there’s no information on the ruggedness of the device.

It turns out, however, that the DTEK50 is a copy of the Alcatel Idol 4 smartphone. The back panel is the only thing that has been changed to accommodate the new rugged nature of the device. As to the tech specs the DTEK50 comes with a 5.2-inch Full HD display, a Snapdragon 617 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal memory, two cameras – one rear at 13 MP and another at 8 MP and a 2610 mAh battery with quick charging technology. In addition you get Android 6.0 Marshmallow. And here comes something new – the DTEK50 ships with one more device called Mobile Power Charger MP-12600. This is an external battery that packs 12600 mAh of power. This battery has two USB ports with 1A and 2A of power output. This means that users of the BlackBerry DTEK50 will be able to re-charge the smartphone while on the go.

BlackBerry-charger_s

The new BlackBerry smartphone costs USD 299, which is a pretty good price, given the new features it comes with.

Source: BlackBerry

Related posts

Nokia announced three new CDMA mobiles - Nokia 6316s, 3806 and Nokia 1506

Nokia is today strengthening its CDMA portfolio with the announcement of three new CDMA mobile devices: Nokia 6316s, Nokia 3806 and Nokia 1506. Together this new line-up highlights Nokia's continued commitment to CDMA as a major standard in key markets around the world. The Nokia 1506 is...

Team Group TR11A1 micro SD/SDHC pocket card reader

The company Team Group brings to the market a new convenient, pocket card reader which can be used without any extra cables. The TR11A1 is a tiny single slot card reader for micro SD/SDHC memory cards with a size of a tiny piece of chewing gum, weighing only 2 grams and allowing you to...

Samsung plans Galaxy S5 Neo smartphone

Samsung plans Galaxy S5 Neo smartphone

Although Samsung releases hundreds of new smartphone models each year, there’s one rule when it comes to the company’s flagship smartphones – roughly a year after the release of a flagship, an updated and upgraded version of the same smartphone shows up. This was the case with the Galaxy Note 3...

Leave a comment