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Built-in encryption and a password keeper also provide heavyweight security to keep your most important data safe.Like its older sibling, the 4.76-ounce Black Berry DTEK50 is a budget-friendly device running Android OS and it's one of the first devices Black Berry hasn’t manufactured on its own.On the hunt for something like the Black Berry KEY2 but without the premium price tag? Occupying the middle ground between budget and premium models, the LE offers a cheaper alternative to the KEY2 without sacrificing too much.It sports the same 4.5-inch display at 1620 x 1080 resolution with Corning Gorilla Glass.The KEY2 also has touchscreen navigation (now an expected feature in today's smartphone market) although the 4.5-inch display pales a bit in comparison to i Phones and other flagship Androids.The same can be said of the dual 12MP cameras, one front-facing and another on the back: They snap decent photos, but can't really compete with other more advanced phone cameras on the market.
If you think that Black Berries are a thing of the past, then the Android-powered KEY2 is here to prove you wrong.
Packing a 5.5-inch QHD display, the DTEK60 is powered by a Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM.
For extra security, a fingerprint scanner sits on the rear of the device right below the 21-megapixel camera.
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