BB DTEK60 goes live for pre-order in the US also, even before official announcement
The new Android powered device from the stables of Blackberry, the DTEK60, is yet to be launched and made official by the company themselves but last week, we saw the smartphone go live for pre-orders in their home country of Canada.
Now the device has crossed borders and the same thing is being seen in the United States market where it is online for pre-order even though they have not made an official announcement on this unit.
From B&H Photo, you can snag yourself a unit of the smartphone for a price of $499.99 and for this price, you would be getting an unlocked device which would be well compatible with the GSM-carriers in the region. On pre-order, you are also entitled to a black soft shell case and a rapid travel charger all with no cost on top of them.
Unfortunately, there is no information on when it would start shipping out to customers but when it finally starts, be rest assured that you are getting a device that has 5.5 inches of screen which pairs a 21MP rear snapper to a selfie camera of 8MP, uses a QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 chipset and pairs that with 4GB of RAM.
Did we mention that it would run on the Marshmallow 6.0.1, have 32GB expandable storage and draw power from a 3300mAh battery?
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