Tuesday, July 26, 2016

BlackBerry Unveils Cheaper, DTEK50 Android Phone

Blackberry has launched its first Android touchscreen handset on Tuesday, a strategy to diversify its range of devices and will cost less than its previous smartphone.

The company comes out with DTEK50 and says its hoping the smartphone will records high sales than the Priv; its first smartphone using the Android operating system which has suffered because of its high price, resulting in low customers patronage and acceptability.

The Dtek50 is a touchscreen-only device, without the physical keyboard often associated with Blackberry.

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