Blackberry DTEK60 is official : The most powerful Blackberry yet for $499

For a long time since Android started to mature as an Operating System, Blackberry was thought of as a lost cause as the firm continued to plod along with their own operating system, which clearly wasn’t gaining traction with consumers and the industry alike.

But last year, with the arrival of Blackberry PRIV, fans and industry watchers saw a little hope for Blackberry. The PRIV ran on android, and shipped with the software Blackberry fans loved. Blackberry as a company has changed since then, with the PRIV being the last true Blackberry phone as the company then closed down on their hardware division.  Continue reading “Blackberry DTEK60 is official : The most powerful Blackberry yet for $499”

Blackberry DTEK60 : Leaked photos, specs, FCC certification

Despite all the initial pessimism, BlackBerry’s first dive into the Android realm with the Priv actually turned out to be a solid effort. Not so much in terms of sales though but the Priv was a very good device over all. However, the DTEK50 that followed did not receive those positive reviews however.

It’s good to see that hasn’t discouraged Blackberry at all.

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BlackBerry ‘Argon’ likely to be released as the DTEK60 and with a fingerprint scanner this time

If you recall, there were rumours back in June that Blackberry was working on three devices codenamed Neon, Argon, and Mercury. Well, the Neon was already released in July as DTEK50, named after the DTEK security app that debuted with the BlackBerry Priv. Blackberry touted is as the world’s most secure smartphone, and ironically lacked a fingerprint reader. The self-claimed title didn’t help it with the Quadrooter exploit however as it still affected the DTEK50 anyways.

Although we haven’t heard a lot about the BlackBerry ‘Argon’ since the initial rumors popped up, there’s now some further evidence the device exists directly off of BlackBerry’s servers.

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