You Can Now Pre-Order DTEK60 BlackBerry Smartphone Android: See How

- BlackBerry DTEK60 pre-order for $ 699.99 CAD unofficial

BlackBerry has not officially established DTEK60, your next high end Android smartphone, but at least one retailer taking pre-orders for the device. Since the Canadian company has not announced the smartphone does not know the suggested retail price, but the dealer offers DTEK60 for a decent price.

If you are familiar with NCIX, you'll be pleased to know that the retailer is now taking pre-orders for the BlackBerry DTEK60. If you want, then you will reach $ 699.99 CAD ($ 535) in advance, but note that the product can not be changed and no returns or refunds are accepted.

The phone is unlocked so you can use several GSM network operators. It is also worth mentioning that NCIX said BlackBerry DTEK60 arrive around October 11 and the price is subject to change. The good news is that there will be charging for the phone until the ETA (estimated time of arrival) is confirmed by the manufacturer.

A couple of phone functions are also listed by the retailer, but has not been confirmed by BlackBery. For example, it is expected that DTEK60 to have a screen of 5.5 inches AMOLED which supports Quad HD (1440 × 2560 pixels).

The back camera has a 21 megapixel impressive, which is said to offer many advanced features such as setting phase detection auto focus, dual LED flash and HDR, while in the front there should be an 8MP secondary camera for autofotos.

There is no mention chipset inside, but rumors say Pack BlackBerry Snapdragon Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 820 powerful quad-core with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage (expandable to 256 GB) .

Last but not least, it is said that DTEK will consume the energy of 3000 mAh non-removable battery and should offer a range of features such as 4G LTE connectivity, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS and USB port with GLONASS C type.

BlackBerry is likely to unveil the DTEK60 in the first week of October, but an exact date for the announcement has not been confirmed yet, so stay tuned.


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