BlackBerry's New Android Phone is Secure

BlackBerry has been slipping in market share for a while now and they are trying different things to get back in the game. I think the Passport and the Priv were good attempts, but they came 2-4 years too late. Their latest phone - the DTEK50 (codenamed Neon), claims to be the most secure Android device ever - and not only is it secure, it's actually affordable. Make sure you check it out and the link below.

BlackBerry's leaning heavily on security features to sell this phone; primarily that means a hardened kernel, a hardware "Root of Trust," full disk encryption, a more secure bootloader and a bunch of other features designed to keep you feeling safe. The end-to-end encryption provided by that Root of Trust ensures only authenticated devices can connect to an organization's network, which should help it appeal to its intended business audience.

Source: Engadget