Fresh off the BlackBerry servers, where it appears as though someone slipped up and let a portion of the site go live for a short period of time, is a new image of BlackBerry's second Android-powered smartphone, more commonly known as 'Neon' or as FCC documents note it as, the DTEK50.
BlackBerry has announced that it will no longer be manufacturing the Classic. The company is revamping its device lineup to offer only "state of the art devices", but has committed to pushing additional updates out for the Classic.
If you have been waiting for the price to drop below $400 to pick up a BlackBerry Priv, your time has come. Right now, you can pick one up at eBay for just $380, which is the lowest we have seen it yet.