BlackBerry DTEK60 to cost $700 in Canada, according to new leak

The DTEK60, BlackBerry’s next licensed Android smartphone, has once again leaked — this time courtesy of B.C.-based computer part retailer NCIX.

The smartphone is available to pre-order on the company’s website, despite the fact it hasn’t yet been announced by BlackBerry.

According to NCIX, the DTEK60 will cost $700 in Canada, and will launch on November 10th. NCIX also posted several official photos of the device, which you can see below.


Of course, until an official announcement comes from BlackBerry, it’s best to take all of the above information with a grain of salt.

The DTEK 60 was initially leaked when it appeared by accident on BlackBerry’s own website. The spec sheet BlackBerry posted said the DTEK60 will ship with a 5.5-inch QHD display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 3,000mAh battery, fingerprint scanner and USB-C. It will also include a 21-megapixel main camera and 8-megapixel front-facing camera.

Update – October 11th: The BlackBerry DTEK60 is now up for pre-order from New York-based B&H Photo and will ship to Canada for free. The online retailer has priced the newest Android-powered BlackBerry at $500 USD (approximately $660 CAD) and includes a bonus DTEK60 Soft Shell Case and a rapid charger. Unfortunately, there is no release date but the company states it’s “Coming Soon, Ship Time: Not available.”

Related: BlackBerry to end internal smartphone development after $372M Q2 net loss 

[source]NCIX[/source] [via] Phandroid [/via]