BlackBerry DTEK50

The world's most secure Android smartphone

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Andrew EttingerHunterPro@andrewett · PMM @ Twitter, Previously @ Product Hunt
Interesting play from BlackBerry: 1) Full Android (6.0 Marshmallow) 2) Putting such an emphasis on security ("ensures that how you share the private details of your life—your location, your pictures, your texts—is your decision")
Max Guttman@maxwellhallel · Educator, artist, writer (they/them) ⚧
@andrewett I'm curious if the security focus is BlackBerry's trying to regain their former all-but-monopoly on government handhelds
Andrew EttingerHunterPro@andrewett · PMM @ Twitter, Previously @ Product Hunt
@maxwellhallel Jeeze, I wonder where you begin to market that. I doubt it's consumer-facing.
Lyondhur@lyondhur · Project Manager R&D at Weta Digital
@andrewett @maxwellhallel the entire world once trusted BlackBerry to do that; it may as well trust it again. It seems as though coming from a Dinosaur trying to de-fossilise itself, but if well marketed and well-placed, is quite a valid proposition. Specially if they can REALLY bring the "impossible to snoop on you" speech of late 90s.. :)