BlackBerry’s cheaper DTEK 50 skips the keyboard, but keeps Android – CNET

BlackBerry’s head of devices, Alex Thurber. Screenshot by Roger Cheng/CNET. BlackBerry is back with another phone. But does anyone care? The struggling phone maker on Tuesday unveiled the BlackBerry DTEK 50, its second phone powered by …
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