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  1. cozrottie's Avatar
    They billed my card Friday for $3.19 and then again on Saturday for $38.18. I contacted them on Saturday. He explained the first charge was a feeler to make sure the charge would go through, and the second charge was for the $34.99 flip case +tax. They have yet to bill the remaining amout for the phone. I wonder if they are going to actually ship the case before the phone . As of yet, I have not received an email with any shipping details.
    08-09-16 06:23 AM
  2. Mynet85's Avatar
    I just received two of them. Soon I will test with BES12.5 and AfW - Work only activation.
    Official "I got a DTEK50" thread!-_img_2465.jpg
    bkupris, JeromeM, auditman and 2 others like this.
    08-09-16 08:35 AM
  3. danfrancisco's Avatar
    Oh baby! Christmas in August!!!

    Initial impression: this mobile charger is freaking heavy!!! Time to start playing!
    Attached Thumbnails Official "I got a DTEK50" thread!-1470757968548.jpg  
    08-09-16 11:52 AM
  4. BB_PP's Avatar
    Its good to be editor!!!

    Posted via Priv
    08-09-16 12:15 PM
  5. blenheimpalace's Avatar
    can you let us know if it has any form of the "hub"?
    08-09-16 12:43 PM
  6. Bla1ze's Avatar
    can you let us know if it has any form of the "hub"?
    BlackBerry DTEK50 review | CrackBerry.com
    kitmo and auditman like this.
    08-09-16 03:16 PM
  7. kano2864212's Avatar
    Mine came in this afternoon! Figured I could take a couple comparison shots for anyone interested.

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    Attached Thumbnails Official "I got a DTEK50" thread!-img_20160810_195039672.jpg  
    auditman likes this.
    08-10-16 07:57 PM
  8. kano2864212's Avatar
    Here's the back

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    Attached Thumbnails Official "I got a DTEK50" thread!-img_20160810_195116460.jpg  
    auditman likes this.
    08-10-16 07:58 PM
  9. alludba's Avatar
    Official "I got a DTEK50" thread!-20160811_100056000_ios.jpg

    Got my DTEK50 today! I have the Priv, I will be using the DTEK50 for my other line.
    08-11-16 07:49 AM
  10. Nels's Avatar
    My wife's DTEK50 arrived yesterday about Noon and I spent the afternoon transferring content from a Z30 to the new device. That all went very smoothly - zero problems. Then I spent some time setting up the phone how she likes it and downloading some apps. The phone is silky smooth to the touch and so light! Very easy to use and the response is snappy. The BlackBerry virtual keyboard is just a joy to use on this phone.
    08-11-16 08:15 AM
  11. KAM1138's Avatar
    Hello Everyone,

    After passing on the PRIV (still glad about that), and wishing for another BB10 device, I decided the DTEK50 was priced right to experiment with this as a secondary device.
    Bottom line: If the HUB works well, then this might be something for me to consider going to (eventually). NOT giving up my Passport SE just yet.

    Anyway...it is now waiting for me at home, so I've got it. REALLY fast turn around--I ordered on the last day of the Pre-order.

    KAM
    08-11-16 03:28 PM
  12. TommyBB's Avatar
    Anyone know a good way of transferring sms/mms messages from google messenger on Priv to google messenger on DTEK?
    08-11-16 04:01 PM
  13. puttsyboy's Avatar
    Well it is about time to upgrade my leap and thought about the priv but it was to much for me so glad to see the dtek50 for cheap looks like a nice phone and bla1zes review on it sold me on it
    08-11-16 05:25 PM
  14. turbobes's Avatar
    woot! this device actually supports UHS2 U3 sdcards.
    08-11-16 07:38 PM
  15. sakisZ10's Avatar
    I got my DTEK50 yesterday, (ordered on 08/05/2016, living in US).
    I come from a BB Classic as a primary device.

    First impressions are positive.
    I am no stranger to Android.

    Things I like so far:
    - It fits in my hand better than I imagined.
    - Even though the processor is not "flagship" it handles everything I throw at it very well. (No, I don't play games)
    - The display is better than I imagined.
    - The Android version of HUB is not as bad as some people say.
    - The "Security" features are not as intrusive as I imagined them to be.
    - It is not as fragile as it looks.
    - All the antennas perform much better than I imagined.
    - I will continue adding as I spend more time with the phone.

    "Cliche" warning:
    What a nice world would be if the DTEK50 ran BB OS10 with unrestricted access to Google Services and applications?

    Does the phone feel like a Blackberry device in my hands? Absolutely no.
    I am pretty sure no one is buying a Blackberry device here. We are buying the Blackberry interpretation of Android and whatever comes with it.

    I think DTEK50 is a smart move. I am not sure if it's too late for that kind of talk but, if Blackberry "tricked" me to buy the DTEK50 for $300 they will "trick" thousands of OS10 fans to do the switch.

    I hope that Blackberry will continue to develop the new OS and integrate what worked well in OS10 into their version of Android for the years to come. They are on to something here with the DTEK50 and I am happy with my purchase.
    bkupris and thesoundguy77 like this.
    08-12-16 01:06 PM
  16. TommyBB's Avatar
    I can confirm that Wi-Fi calling does not work on the T-Mobile network. I am putting this phone back in the Box until somebody figures this out. I reluctantly have to go back to my Priv. Please someone come up with the answer to this huge issue!
    08-12-16 01:09 PM
  17. blenheimpalace's Avatar
    thanks Bla1ze. I must ahve sped read too quickly.
    Another question: does it support the Timeshift mode in the camera?
    08-12-16 02:03 PM
  18. bronwen jane's Avatar
    I've been a blackberry user for the past 8 years, and I've never had any issues. People always ask "Why BlackBerry? Why don't you just get an iPhone". Simple: I'm not an Apple fan. Never have been, and never will be. I've preordered the DTEK50 and I'm looking forward to when it arrives!
    08-12-16 02:52 PM
  19. TommyBB's Avatar
    I've been a blackberry user for the past 8 years, and I've never had any issues. People always ask "Why BlackBerry? Why don't you just get an iPhone". Simple: I'm not an Apple fan. Never have been, and never will be. I've preordered the DTEK50 and I'm looking forward to when it arrives!
    I hope you're not dependent on Wi-Fi calling because it's not there yet.
    08-12-16 03:20 PM
  20. d4rk23's Avatar
    Was going to get a Priv, but I didn't use the PKB that much on the last one and for 349 CHF it's a steal. Secure, (hopefully) fast device with expandable memory and regular updates. Perfect for my needs.
    08-12-16 03:22 PM
  21. Paul Miole's Avatar
    its android correct?
    08-12-16 03:47 PM
  22. jedicri's Avatar
    Yes, it's Android
    08-12-16 04:04 PM
  23. jedicri's Avatar
    I got mine on the 9th.

    First impressions...
    Still working my way around it since this is my first Android. Trying to get rid of my old habits with my Z10.

    Like many said, it is very thin that it feels like I don't have a firm grip to hold it but it is very, very light. Android does have less of a spartan look as opposed to my Z10. I miss that certain aspect of the latter phone.

    The battery has settled down and I'm quite pleased with it. It certainly lasts longer than my Z10.
    Pictures don't do this phone justice. It has to be seen and handled to really appreciate the DTEK50.

    For those in Canada, I went with VirginMobile.

    That's it for now... stuff off the top of my head anyway. I'm glad I picked this up.
    planetbollox likes this.
    08-12-16 04:14 PM
  24. eltigre0963's Avatar
    Without somehow being able to Rig the DTEK50 Crackberry Drawing I have about as much chance of winning it as Trump has of winning the US Presidential Elections.
    I seriously need this new phone so Crackberry any help you can offer in achieving this would be greatly appreciated lol.
    08-13-16 07:59 AM
  25. anon(4275744)'s Avatar
    For anyone who has not used android before, there is definitely a learning curve. BB10 is the better os, but I have found "work-arounds" in android. That being said, i'm quite pleased with the Dtek50.

    Posted via Dtek50. (Don't worry. I still love you, Z30!)
    Last edited by 3xberry; 08-13-16 at 06:39 PM.
    08-13-16 02:22 PM
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