DTEK60 Announced by BlackBerry, Priced at $499 With 5.5" QHD Display and Plenty of Security

...

BlackBerry announced a new phone this week, the DTEK60. As was detailed back in September, this new hardware was likely not created by BlackBerry, but the software and overall experience is pure BB. Featuring a 5.5″ QHD AMOLED display, 21-megapixel rear-facing camera, fingerprint reader on the back and 2TB microSD card support, the phone is available for purchase starting today in the US and other regions across the globe. 

As you would imagine, the phone has been created to be the pinnacle of smartphone security, featuring BB’s Hardware Root of Trust (adds security keys to the chipsets), as well as a Secure Bootloader using multi-stage verification to ensure that the Android OS hasn’t been tampered with. Essentially, if you were thinking about a phone you might want to custom ROM and flash a new kernel, find something else. However, if you work for a company that dabbles in need-to-know information, this is a good option.

Now, the phone is priced at $499, but for a limited time, BlackBerry is throwing in a complimentary accessory bundle. Buyers in the US and Canada will receive a DTEK60 soft shell case and rapid charging adapter for free. This offer expires November 8 at 11:59PM Pacific. 

If interested, follow the purchase link below.

Categories
E-COMMERCE
0 Comment

Leave a Reply

Captcha image


RELATED BY

  • 5300c769af79e

    2017 Threat Landscape: The Security Architecture and Operations Playbook

    Download Security and risk pros have the challenge of using finite budgets to protect their business from every possible attack type in the threat landscape.One strategy for approaching this challenge is to use historical attack trends to prioritize protections against the most highly probably attacks.
  • 5300c769af79e

    Sidewalk Labs Pitches Sensor-Laden Free Wi-Fi Hotspots

    Thanks to a subsidiary of Alphabet, Google's parent company, cities around the US could soon get a taste of what's popping up all over New York City: screaming-fast, free Wi-Fi that radiates across the city from hundreds of sidewalk kiosks.The subsidiary, Sidewalk Labs, is led by former New York City development official Dan Doctoroff and tends to boast about its ambitions while keeping its specific plans fairly quiet.
  • 5300c769af79e

    Gmail Will Now Support Emails With Responsive Design

    Starting this month, Gmail will begin supporting emails made with responsive design.That means if an email has been created to automatically format differently depending on the screen size (the basic idea of responsive design), Gmail will allow that magic to happen.
  • 5300c769af79e

    LG Just Created a Button-Less Fingerprint Sensor That Hides Under a Display

    ” Schiller was referencing the company’s trashcan-shaped Mac Pro computer, but we are using it in reference to LG’s new fingerprint sensor that lives underneath a phone’s display and can be read without the need for a dedicated button.Yes, your mind is wandering into the proper place – LG’s new fingerprint reader will hide just below the glass on your next phone’s display, potentially leading to even cleaner, buttonless smartphone designs.