In the course of recent weeks we’ve seen a considerable measure of breaks and bits of gossip with respect to BlackBerry’s second Android-running cell phone. At different focuses this was alluded to as Hamburg, Neon, or DTEK50, with an official press render releasing unimportant hours prior. What’s more, now we realize that, out of those three, BlackBerry picked DTEK50 to be the telephone’s legitimate name.

As supposed, the BlackBerry DTEK50 is only a rebranded alcatel Icon 4, a mid-range Android gadget that got declared toward the start of this current year. The distinction, clearly, is that the DTEK50 runs BlackBerry’s translation of Android, and not alcatel’s.

It accompanies the BlackBerry Center point preinstalled, and in addition the BlackBerry console, while DTEK (the product) screens your general security rating and has recommendations for enhancing it. DTEK tracks your applications and tells you when somebody is taking pictures or recordings without your insight, or getting to your contacts or area. The same goes for when your mouthpiece is turned on and when a SMS is sent.

The telephone likewise highlights a programmable BlackBerry Comfort Key, pop-up gadgets, BlackBerry Gadget Seek, Moment Activities, and Signal Controls as a component of the Canadian organization’s product improvements to Android.

The DTEK50 is “the world’s most secure Android cell phone” as per BlackBerry – yet in the event that you trust that then you likewise perceive how humorous it is that the significantly more costly Priv is obviously less secure.

With respect to specs, in the event that you know those of the alcatel Icon 4, then you know the BlackBerry DTEK50’s as well. The two handsets are indistinguishable. So BlackBerry’s most up to date offering accompanies a 5.2-inch 1080p touchscreen, a 13 MP back camera with stage location self-adjust and Drove streak, a 8 MP selfie shooter, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 617 SoC, 3GB of RAM, 16GB of expandable stockpiling, and a 2,610 mAh battery. It runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

It’s as of now up for pre-request from BlackBerry’s own particular site in the US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and the Netherlands. It’s estimated at $299, €339, computer aided design 429, and £275 in UK, separately. It will get to be accessible amid the week of August 8.