BlackBerry Unveils The DTEK50, Claims It’s ‘World’s Most Secure Android Smartphone’. BlackBerry has officially announced the keyboardless DTEK50, the second Android offering from the company. Being touted as the world’s most secure Android smartphone, it features a 5.2-inch scratch resistant display, Android 6.0 Marshmallow, a convenience key which you can map to your favorite. DTEK50 is available for $299 Pre-Order. For more on the DTEK50 or to Pre-Order Click Here
The BlackBerry Passport will be exclusive to AT&T with a slight redesign. The AT&T Passport will have smoother curves rather than the sharper corners that is on the unlocked BlackBerry Passport. The Passport dimension is 4.5″, 1440 x 1440 Display, Quad-Core Snapdragon 801 Processor, 3GB of RAM, 13-Megapixel Rear Camera, Full HD square touch screen and a Touch-enabled QWERTY keyboard, built on BlackBerry’s secure BlackBerry 10 OS 10.3.1 operating system, and runs on AT&T’s 4G LTE Network.
The BlackBerry Passport will start for $0 down on an AT&T Next Plan, the Next Plans will start at $21.67 per month. You will also be able to purchase the Passport for $199.99 with a two-year agreement or at no annual commitment for $649.99.
Take a “lookinsyde” of The BlackBerry Passport in the video below:
The wait if almost over, AT&T announced today that the BlackBerry Classic will be available in AT&T stores on February 20.
The BlackBerry Classic dimension is 3.5″, 720 x 720 Display, Dual-Core Snapdragon S4 Processor, 2GB of RAM, 8-Megapixel Rear Camera, an iconic Full QWERTY Keyboard, Trackpad, and navigation keys, making it easy to communicate quickly and accurately with one hand. The Classic is built on the secure BlackBerry 10 OS 10.3.1 operating system, offering customers access to commanding features including BlackBerry Blend and BlackBerry Assistant. BlackBerry Classic will run on AT&T’s 4G LTE Network.
The BlackBerry Classic will start at $0 down on AT&T Next Plan, plans will start on AT&T Next plan at $14 per month. You will also be able to purchase The Classic for $49.99 with a two-year agreement or at no annual commitment for $419.99.
Take a “lookinsyde of BlackBerry Classic in the video below:
For those of you who started here and left for Apple, Android, or Windows. Yes, you may enjoy the cool effect and the apps but it was always something missing. You just can’t send emails with accuracy like you can with a BlackBerry.
I’ve been a diehard and have been with BB all along, The Curve, The Bold 9000, The Torch 9800, and the Z10 and yes, the PlayBook. Now I’m deciding, will it be The Classic or The Passport?
Have you left? Are you coming back? Is it no turning back?
The Classic has the Keyboard, Larger Screen, Touchscreen, and can load BB and Android apps.
Take a “lookinsyde” of The BlackBerry Classic in the video below:
As President Obama entered Marine One to go to Las Vegas he realized he forgot something in the White House, so he went back inside. He told reporters “I forgot something.”
As he headed back to Marine One, The President said, “You guys ever forget something? The reports then asked him what he forgot, The President said “My BlackBerry” he then held up his BlackBerry. Other world leaders who are know to use BlackBerry devices are: UK Prime Minister David Cameron, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt.
Today BlackBerry Enters into Letter of Intent with Consortium led by Fairfax Financial. The transaction valued at approximately U.S. $4.7 billion. The consortium permits takes 6 weeks to conduct due diligence.
Prem Watsa, Chairman and CEO of Fairfax, said: “We believe this transaction will open an exciting new private chapter for BlackBerry, its customers, carriers and employees. We can deliver immediate value to shareholders, while we continue the execution of a long-term strategy in a private company with a focus on delivering superior and secure enterprise solutions to BlackBerry customers around the world.”