Blackberry officially announces the DTEK60, completes the spec sheet
When it comes to the issue of security on devices, Blackberry is one of the greatest forces to reckon with but if you look at what happened with the DTEK60, we are not sure that the can guarantee the security of their own information in the first place.
The device has been leaked so many times than we can remember and even though the OEM has decided to launch it officially today, we are already acquainted with this piece of hardware already.
Featuring a metal frame finished with dual glass technology, the 5.5 inch device would be powered by an SD-820 chipset and pair 4GB of RAM to an internal storage space of 32GB. On the back is a 21MP camera paired to the 8MP unit which can be found on the front of the device and together, they can take a huge chunk of power from the 3000mAh battery.
A fingerprint sensor and the USB Type C cable is one of the highlight of this device and although it runs the Marshmallow now, there has been the promise of the Nougat for users and this is supposed to come sometimes in the nearest future. Officially, this piece of hardware is expected to retail for $499,
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