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BlackBerry DTEK50 starts getting first official beta update

BlackBerry has started rolling out the first Android beta update for the DTEK50. Weighing in at 435MB and carrying a software version of AAG326, the update brings along Android security patch for the month of September (patch level shows up as September 6). Needless to say, only those who have signed up for the beta program will be getting the ... Read More »

Canadian carriers start selling BlackBerry DTEK50

The BlackBerry DTEK50, which has been officially available for purchase in Canada for nearly a couple of weeks now, can now also be purchased through most of the major carriers in the country. Bell, Telus, Wind, SaskTel, Rogers, and Videotron are all now selling the Android-powered phone. The no-contract pricing seems to be pretty consistent across the carriers (with almost ... Read More »

BlackBerry DTEK50 now available in the Netherlands for €335

The BlackBerry DTEK50 is now available to purchase in the Netherlands. Three retailers have it in stock, one lists it at €339, the other 2 give a generous €4 discount. Meanwhile, the official BlackBerry online store still lists it for pre-order. Advertised by Blackberry as ‘the world’s most secure Android smartphone’, DTEK50 is a rebadged alcatel Idol 4 (€254 in ... Read More »

BlackBerry DTEK50 becomes official, runs Android and costs $299

Over the past few weeks we’ve seen a lot of leaks and rumors regarding BlackBerry’s second Android-running smartphone. At various points this was referred to as Hamburg, Neon, or DTEK50, with an official press render leaking mere hours ago. And now we know that, out of those three, BlackBerry chose DTEK50 to be the phone’s official name. As rumored, the ... Read More »