1. SayedWalyullah's Avatar
    Hi there. I need a suggestion. I recently broke my BlackBerry Leap, the device I had been using for the past one and half year. No one repairs it here so I decided to get a new device.

    This time I switched to Android.

    I have got Oppo A57 for now, even though I like this mid range phone. I am thinking of to get DTEK50.

    Will it be a good choice for now? Is it better than Oppo A57?

    Any response regarding it will be appreciated.

    Thank you

    P.S. I love the new KeyOne but it's out of my budget.
    05-18-17 10:44 AM
  2. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    Oppo A57 vs. BlackBerry DTEK50 - GSMArena.com


    The two devices are very similar, not sure you'd notice too much of a difference... DTEK has a higher resolution screen, but the Opp has more RAM and better GPU..... Main difference would be the software. Have you tired HUB+ on your Oppo?

    The DTEK60 would be the noticeable upgrade... but it is more.
    jamesharmeling likes this.
    05-18-17 11:00 AM
  3. SayedWalyullah's Avatar
    Oppo A57 vs. BlackBerry DTEK50 - GSMArena.com


    The two devices are very similar, not sure you'd notice too much of a difference... DTEK has a higher resolution screen, but the Opp has more RAM and better GPU..... Main difference would be the software. Have you tired HUB+ on your Oppo?

    The DTEK60 would be the noticeable upgrade... but it is more.
    Thank you for the response. I have installed BlackBerry Hub and it is working flawless. I am currently using BlackBerry launcher as well; The only thing that stops me from getting this device or in fact any BB device now is that the company is not officially operating in my country(Pakistan). So I am confused, don't want to leave it nor want to get in trouble in the future regarding customer services.

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    05-18-17 04:12 PM
  4. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    Thank you for the response. I have installed BlackBerry Hub and it is working flawless. I am currently using BlackBerry launcher as well; The only thing that stops me from getting this device or in fact any BB device now is that the company is not officially operating in my country(Pakistan). So I am confused, don't want to leave it nor want to get in trouble in the future regarding customer services.

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    Smartphone are expensive investments.... I'd stick with something that has a warranty.
    05-19-17 07:25 AM

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