The BlackBerry DTEK50 is now available to purchase in the Netherlands. Three retailers have it in stock, one lists it at €339, the other 2 give a generous €4 discount. Meanwhile, the official BlackBerry online store still lists it for pre-order.
Advertised by Blackberry as 'the world's most secure Android smartphone', DTEK50 is a rebadged alcatel Idol 4 (€254 in the same stores in the Netherlands, but originally around €300), plus the security features the Canadian maker has baked in.
On the hardware side, the DTEK50 features a 5.2-inch FullHD IPS display and is powered by the Snapdragon 617 chipset. There are 3GB of RAM on board, built-in storage is 16GB and a 13MP/8MP camera combo is in charge of capturing memories. The DTEK50 is BlackBerry's second smartphone to run Android, after the high-end Priv marked BlackBerry adoption of Google's OS over its own.
You might be able to order it on ebay or Amazon soon, but I suspect it will take a few weeks before it's officially available in India based on how long it normally takes Blackberry to roll it out there. Unfortunately the price will likely be higher ...
it's sounds great