The BlackBerry DTEK60 has officially arrived in Malaysia, offering a flagship smartphone that’s backed up with industry-leading security features. This is their second Android-powered DTEK series smartphone and it comes with BlackBerry’s suite of security features.
The latest BlackBerry flagship smartphone, the DTEK60 is now open for pre-orders in Malaysia. This is the bigger brother of the DTEK50 and it still claims to be the world’s most secure Android smartphone.
BlackBerry has just announced the DTEK50 smartphone for Malaysia. Dubbed as the most secure Android smartphone in the world, this is their new mid-range Android device with BlackBerry’s suite of security apps and features.
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Hailed as the most secure Android smartphone, the BlackBerry DTEK50 is finally rolling out in Malaysia. This is BlackBerry’s new mid-range full touch screen smartphone that runs on Android operating system. Pre-orders are now open at 11street with stocks expected to arrive on 30th September 2016.
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BlackBerry has announced its second Android smartphone and it’s called the DTEK 50. This is their affordable model that costs nearly a third of a BlackBerry PRIV. On top of that, they are even calling it the world’s most secured Android smartphone.
This weekend, Celcom is offering you the chance to pick up smartphones, tablets and other goodies at their very first Blue Cube Day at Sunway Pyramid.
Running from 25 to 27 March, you can snag up to 70% discount on selected devices when you sign for the FiRST Gold post-paid plan. It comes with no contract and 10GB internet (5GB all-day and 5GB weekend internet) plus 5GB complimentary WiFiplus, unlimited calls and SMS to all networks for just RM 80 a month.
Among the devices you can snag are from Apple, Samsung, Blackberry, Oppo, and Xiaomi. You can view the full list of devices after the break.
If it wasn’t clear before it will be now as popular messaging application WhatsApp is stopping support for several older operating systems, including one that had its latest phone launch in Malaysia less than a year ago.
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WhatsApp has finally announced that their app is going to be completely free for everyone. This is because WhatsApp realises that many of their customers did not possess credit or debit cards and were afraid of losing their access to this service.
Pick up your phone, yes that one. The one that’s never more than an arm’s reach from you at all times. The one that has probably been in the bathroom with you more times than the toilet roll has. Yes, that one.
Of course, if you’re already reading this on your smartphone then I do apologise for being an idiot by choosing this intro, but I digress.
How does your smartphone feel? And no, I don’t mean this in a metaphorical out-of-body-experience sense, I mean this in a literal sense. We spend every waking moment (some sleeping) of our lives holding onto a little brick that probably weighs no more than a really heavy spoon at a posh restaurant, but most of us put little to no thought into how a device feels in the hand when deciding on a purchase. It’s all about specs and that’s rather unfortunate.
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What do you do when one of your devices fails to meet sales targets? You take drastic measures, that’s what. Take a look at action camera maker GoPro’s dramatic slashing of the GoPro Hero4 Session’s price, effectively halving its original USD400 price tag. It was simply too expensive for what it did and how it stacked up against GoPro’s own line, what more the competition.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen apparently has the same idea because he recently said that the company’s latest (and only) Android smartphone, the PRIV, will be receiving a price cut next year. So, early PRIV adopters…oops?