Following on from the DTEK50, BlackBerry's a lot leaked and rumoured 2d Android software within the collection has now been formally introduced because the BlackBerry DTEK60. As with the DTEK50, the DTEK60 is in response to an present Alcatel design, on this case the Idol 4S, and as soon as once more its a touch-display handiest tool without any of BlackBerry's previous QWERTY keyboard behavior provide.
The design includes a steel outer body and glass frame panels for each back and front. At the entrance is a 5.5in contact show with a QHD solution, whilst inside of you are looking at a meaty spec line-up together with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 CPU, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of onboard garage. You additionally get a sizeable 3,000mAh battery mobile, Sort-C USB connectivity, a fingerprint scanner, and a programmable key at the phone's body.
BlackBerry has departed from the low MP digital camera development and as an alternative opted for a 21MP sensor at the rear which does give a noticable bump to the again panel. The front-facing secondary is an 8MP setup.
At the device aspect we are taking a look at Android 6.0 Marshmallow out the field with plans for a Nougat update someday. As with BlackBerry's different Android units, it has tweaked Google's OS widely so as to reinforce safety, together with a safe bootloader, and "Hardware Root of Believe". The tool package deal has additionally been polished for BlackBerry's industry attitude with added productiveness programs.
Once more, as with the company's different Android choices, the DTEK60 is availble SIM-free by means of the BlackBerry online webstore and partnered shops, and on this mode you'll be able to get it for an RRP of $499