And there you have it: clearer BlackBerry DTEK60 renders surface, revealing fingerprint scanner
Possibly even sooner, if the newly speculated D-Day proves to be the high-end 5.5-incher’s commercial release date as opposed to merely hosting a formal announcement. Either way, we reckon the full-touch Android should hit stores in time for the holiday season, at least as far as BlackBerry-friendly markets go, including Canada, select Western European countries, and maybe the US too.
Domestic pricing is tipped at CAD 699 (around USD 530) by a reputable source, which could convert to any number between $500 and $600 stateside in carrier unlocked form. The same aforementioned trustworthy insiders finally bring us a wealth of relatively high-quality, decently sized product images, exposing among others subtle curves around the edges.
Also, a not-particularly-pretty circular fingerprint reader sitting right below a capable-sounding 21MP rear-facing camera. And if the BlackBerry DTEK60 on the whole seems familiar, it’s probably because you’re essentially looking at a rebranded Alcatel Idol 4s.