While BlackBerry DTEK50 (shown above) has just entered pre-order phase in Malaysia, the company apparently already gearing up for the its next Android-based smartphone. Codenamed as Argon, the new device will apparently be called DTEK60 according to leaked specifications that have been discovered right on BlackBerry’s own website.
Other than that, DTEK60 is equipped with 5.5-inch QHD (2560 x 1440) touch display that also has pixel density of 534 ppi alongside Qualcomm Snapdragion 820 processor, 4GB RAM, and 32GB internal storage. The phone also features USB Type-C port and 3000mAh battery with support for Quick Charge 3.0.
Not enough with that, the DTEK60 also carries 21-megapixels rear camera that is accompanied by 6-elements f/2.0 lens, Phase Detect Auto Focus setup, and dual-tone LED flash. As for the front camera, it uses the same 8-megapixels fixed focus camera from DTEK50. Not to forget, DTEK60 is also equipped with a fingerprint sensor.
Unfortunately, the leaked specifications page doesn’t contain any photos of the device. That being said, we don’t expect the design to deviate much from what we have seen on DTEK50 and it is only a matter of time before BlackBerry eventually unveil DTEK60 to the world anyway.
(Source: BlackBerry via CrackBerry)