BlackBerry DTEK50 with Android and Extra Security Comes to Vodafone: Prices with Payment by Instalments

Vodafone remains one of the operators is more betting by Blackberry and despite the poor sales of the latest models, the operator has had with them in their catalogue, being the last to get the BlackBerry DTEK50, known for being the first to be manufactured by TCL (Alcatel).

Highlighted above all by arise as the Safer market Android, BlackBerry DTEK50 belongs to the range/high is a 6.0 Android screen of 5.2 inch Full HD resolution (424 ppp), Snapdragon 617 eight-core processor, 3 GB RAM, 16 GB of internal memory expandable up to 256 GB via microSD, 4G of up to 150 Mbps, mAh 2.610 with fast charging, main camera battery from 13 megapixel a front 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash.

On the security layer that provides BlackBerry we will have encrypted our photographs and bank information In addition to a specific software to store passwords safely among other access and safety records.

Among the included apps, will find solutions as BBM Protected for secure communications between the company and a system that notifies When someone take pictures or videos without our consent, when it connects our microphone distance or enter contacts or the location.

BlackBerry DTEK50 is available on Vodafone with a single cost of 265 euros with two years in any of the available rates but applying different payments in instalments according to the chosen tariff and that it will be more an initial payment of 75 euros; 8 euros/month with Mini or superyuser 10 euros per month with Smart or One S a down payment of 25 euro; u 11 euros/month with network, One M and One L rates with down payment from 0 euros.

Then we leave you with all the details of what you will end up paying really taking into account both the down payment and monthly payments to VAT They include the payment by instalments of the terminal and the tariff quota, which must be maintained during the first 18 months.