Blackberry DTEK60 gets certified by the FCC and Wi-Fi Alliance
Last week, a new phone from the stables of BlackBerry started to make the rounds and then, this was defined to be the improvement over the DTEK50 Android smartphone that they launched.
Following the same naming system, this one is named the DTEK60 and already, it has gotten certified by the FCC where it was listed with a number of BBA1001, the same smartphone has also paid a visit to the Wi-Fi Alliance and they have listed it on their own database with more than one name, bearing the BBA100-1, BBA10-2 and also, the DTEK60.
From what we have seen, this release would be way better than the DTEK50 which was a midranger at best and looked like a rebrand of the specs on the Alcatel Idol 4 with the only difference being the Convenience Key brought on board.
As per expectations, we are looking forward to 5.5 inches of screen and under the hood, a QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 chipset which would be working hand in hand with an Adreno 530 GPU. Along with 4GB of RAM would be an internal storage space of 32GB while on the rear would be a clear, sharp and crisp 21MP camera. Asides from the screen the front would also be an 8MP camera and overall, the device would run on the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1
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