dmsaravanan, 17 Oct 2016Looks like Nexus 4 for me, Blackberry Team has to think for the competition and have to develo... moreWell it's all about Quality and rather not about Quantity as for that matter you gets what you pays for my friend as if you buys cheap more often than not you tends to buy twice the price nowadays simply because not enough OEMS or ODMs can't really be all that bothered about supporting their devices as that's especially true for Android devices with firm
firmware updates and security patches that oftentimes fixes bugs so there you have it okay anyways thanks once again.
Looks like Nexus 4 for me, Blackberry Team has to think for the competition and have to develop design accordingly. Newer companies started coming with millions of handsets these days ..... Huawei, Xiaomi, XOLO and etc
Anonymous, 17 Oct 2016> Android is open in nature which has its benefits as well as concerns. No. There are p... moreWell then I suppose by your comment response posting, that you values open source more than you values security safety and privacy in relation to the concerns about the open source material nature of the android ecosystem okay!
BBDTEK50, 17 Oct 2016Is Google Trying Hard Enough To Make Android Safe?!
http://www.tgdaily.com/mobile/170666-is-... more> Android is open in nature which has its benefits as well as concerns.
No. There are perfectly open systems where security is not a concern. See OpenBSD, LibreSSL, OpenSSH, etc.
Stop spreading this drivel. Being open has no correlation with being secure.
Is Google Trying Hard Enough To Make Android Safe?!
Android is open in nature which has its benefits as well as concerns.
The concern with Android is directly related with its openness which makes it easy for anyone to break into.
BBDTEK50, 17 Oct 2016Google throws nearly a billion Android users under the bus, refuses to patch OS vulnerability
... moreWhy BlackBerryÂ’s Android is Best for Security and Privacy
One of the complaints about Android has been fragmentation, which applies to security as well as user experience. Today, there are lots of small companies offering Â“hardenedÂ” Android implementations that purport to offer enhanced security and privacy. Unfortunately for buyers, there does not exist today an independent means to evaluate vendor security claims in any scientific way. It comes down to: whom do you trust?
At BlackBerry, we avoid denigrating other peopleÂ’s products or making misleading comparisons. We would rather explain the technical details of our solution and allow buyers to judge based on those details as well as past performance of delivering on our claims.
Indeed, with daily breaches of personal information and a widespread media focus on the debate between encryption and lawful access, it has become fashionable for consumer tech companies to claim unwavering support for your privacy. Your trust is not something that can be cajoled with an essay or bought with advertising dollars; it must be earned over time, by a steadfast dedication to and successful track record in protecting your information while it is under the supervision of our devices, applications, and cloud.
Anonym, 16 Oct 2016What is your price on security?Google throws nearly a billion Android users under the bus, refuses to patch OS vulnerability
When it comes to providing security updates for previous products, various manufacturers have pursued different strategies. Some, like Microsoft, tend to provide security updates long after theyÂ’ve stopped selling an operating system (Microsoft only stopped providing Windows XP support last year). Others, like Google and Apple, have pursued tighter timelines for security updates. Google is now doubling down on that schedule, refusing to patch bugs in Android 4.3 or prior, even when those bugs could expose critical vulnerabilities on nearly a billion devices.
Nokia16, 16 Oct 2016So what is the handset like, performance, battery, camera etc?As you would expect from an modern day android device as it performs tasks smoothly and efficiently as the performance is excellently effective well optimisation what else more would you want from an secure BlackBerry android device provides anyone an decent enough experience for all users whether it's an PRIV DTEK50 or DTEK60 Okay Guys Anyways Thanks.
Nokia16, 16 Oct 2016Thanks, so its more secure than the average android handset but what is its performance like a... moreNot all Smartphones are Equally Secure: Introducing DTEK50 by BlackBerry
That device you carry around? It's not just your phone. ItÂ’s all your photos, your bank account, your work documents, your browsing history. With cybercrime and malware on the rise, itÂ’s time for everyone to take a close look at how the private details of their lives can be at risk.
When it comes to security, BlackBerry Android phones are leading all other Android smartphones. We've packed all of the security and privacy features from our first 100% Android device, PRIV, into the new, affordable-yet-powerful DTEK50.
Watch this video, read Inside BlackBerry (blogs.BlackBerry.com), and visit our product pages at www.blackberry.com/dtek50 to learn more about the many ways BlackBerry hardens DTEK50 to block hackers, malware, nosy advertisers, and more.
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Nokia16, 16 Oct 2016Thanks, so its more secure than the average android handset but what is its performance like a... moreBlackBerry has put good effort to perfect the piece of mind when it comes down to security safety and privacy in the android open source platform that's so unfortunately insecure dues to the very nature of the android ecosystem as not even Google could offer something more compelling that's what justifies the premium price point as you more often than not gets what you pay for my friend as it's all about quality and rather have about quantity as to the performance is excellent smooth optimisation effectively efficient.
Nokia16, 16 Oct 2016Thanks, so its more secure than the average android handset but what is its performance like a... moreWell let's put it this way it's way more better than one of those Wileyfox devices as I'm using the fabulous BlackBerry DTEK50 as it's great for for extra peice of mind when it comes down to security and privacy plus the performance is as top notch so there you have it man.
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2016BlackBerry DTEK50 is a good device that just happens to be the way more secure than any other ... moreThanks, so its more secure than the average android handset but what is its performance like and what justifies its price?
Nokia16, 16 Oct 2016is the phone any good only comment if you have one? BlackBerry DTEK50 is a good device that just happens to be the way more secure than any other average device.
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2016The soo called safest Android phone still needs Google security updates lolOf couse since google the one made the platform. Motorola update OS faster than nexus last year, but RIM the fastest send security patch. Sony z has longest update, from 4.1 to 5.1
Anonymous, 15 Oct 2016The soo called safest Android phone still needs Google security updates lolOf course it does. Google is the OS author, not BlackBerry, and Google hasnÂ’t perfected it yet. Regardless it will be more secure than any other device out there that hasn't had the updates. Plus the DTEK and Priv can't be rooted. No other android device can claim that.