BlackBerry DTEK60 Could Be Released On Oct 25

Despite the fact that the upcoming BlackBerry DTEK60 is a smartphone that was just leaked and hasn't been announced officially, it is pre-order on some online shops in the U.S., Canada, and UK.

Release Date

According to Top Examiner, BlackBerry DTEK60 could be launching as early as next week specifically on Oct. 25. This could finally put to rest all the rumours and reports that started erupting ever since the handset’s specifications appeared on BlackBerry’s site.

Some of the features of the new BlackBerry DTEK60 are leaked including the fingerprint sensor. This could be one of the greatest features a smartphone may have. It gives security and privacy for the owners compared to all non-BlackBerry Android smartphones that now existing now.

Specifications

According to Crackberry, via B&H Photo, the DTEK60’s specs will include:

  • 1.6 GHz + 2.15 GHz Dual-Core CPUs (Snapdragon 820)
  • Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS
  • GSM/4G LTE support
  • 32GB storage capacity
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 5.5″ AMOLED touchscreen display
  • QHD 2560 x 1440 Resolution
  • BlackBerry Convenience Key
  • microSDXC memory card slot

Camera

The rear camera of DTEK60 is 21 megapixel and the front camera is 8 megapixel.This is according to the to BlackBerry's official listing that appeared on the web some time back.

Price

The DTEK60's pre-order price on B&H Photo was $499.99, including a soft shell case and a BlackBerry RC-1500NA rapid travel charger, while Pocket-lint  reported a European retail price of 600 Euro.

New reports said that it is likely to make an announcement in the first couple of days of next week and the announcement could be related to BlackBerry DTEK60. BlackBerry had accidentally leaked specifications of its DTEK60 on its own site which was picked up by multiple publishers. The smartphone is currently on sale and many believe that is is the better chance to have compare on the smartphones that was released July this year.

 

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