Blackberry has announced another Android phone DTEK60 the pricier sibling of the DTEK50 announced in July. The DTEK60 comes at $499 and better specs when compared to the DTEK50. Users will get a Snapdragon 820, 32GB internal storage, 4GB of RAM, a micro SD card slot, a 3000 mAh battery and a USB Type-C port for the price. The company promises 24 hours of battery life with the 435 PPI 5.5 inch screen with 2560×1440 resolution. The handset also comes with a 21MP front with phase detection autofocus, dual-LED flash and 8MP front shooter.
A fingerprint reader and a ‘convenience key’ for the most used app list are located on the back. Now the real selling point of the phone is the OS. The phone will offer an amplified Android with features like Android OS hardening, full disk encryption, and a secure boot process said the company. The company mentioned it is as fast as Google when it comes to pushing updates. As the phone is running, Android Marshmallow users can expect monthly security patches and Nougat at some point. Users can purchase the unlocked handset directly from the company. The DTEK50 was based on the Alcatel Idol 4.