BlackBerry is someone who prides itself over its own security enhancements and as such it makes total sense that the company is up to date with its monthly security patch roll out. The month has just started and BlackBerry too has commenced rolling out a new update to its DTEK50, which it claims to be the most secure Android smartphone.
The new firmware update being pushed to BlackBerry DTEK50 brings May security patch and arrives as build number AAL135. The update weighs at only 100.5MB, meaning it is minor one, nevertheless highly recommended.
BlackBerry is rolling out the update over the air and it also tags along performance and stability improvements along with bug fixes over the previous build. As is the case with OTA updates, it may take a while to hit your device. If you do not want to wait, head to Settings > About device > System updates to check for it manually.
The DTEK50 is more of a mid-range device from BlackBerry which was launched last year in August minus the legacy qwerty keypad. It runs Android Marshmallow on board.