The DTEK60 is a phone of firsts for the company with the best hardware and software we've ever seen in a BlackBerry. From its large, high-resolution display to its powerful processor, Type-C USB port, fingerprint sensor and intelligently adapted take on Android it's a testament to the company's willingness to adapt and react to the demands of modern smartphone users.
BlackBerry introduces the new DTEK60, which offers a more than adequate smartphone at a reasonable price-point. The product's shining feature is its improved security enhancements, which in the age of cyber-attacks is critical for both firms and private individuals alike... Beyond the corporate market, this smartphone can also appeal to individual consumers, particularly those seeking respectable multimedia features coupled with extra security.
The device is a pleasure to hold, the speakers are loud and clear, the BlackBerry keyboard is fast and accurate, and the BlackBerry Hub helps me maintain a centralized communications center for better efficiency in my daily routine.
The DTEK60 is another leap back to form for BlackBerry, and a great mid-range phone... The DTEK60 is probably the best all-round BlackBerry phone in quite some time, building on the progress made by the quirky precedesor.
The DTEK60 mixes excellent specs with a gorgeous design and super-secure software, to effortlessly claim the title of BlackBerry's best touchscreen smartphone to date, and earn its place as one of the best Android phones of 2016.
It's in the upper mid-range, and a tougher sell considering what else could be had in and around that price.... Like any BlackBerry hardware that comes to market, this phone shouldn't be viewed in existential terms relating to the company's health. It's no saviour, and shouldn't be viewed as such... It's just a solid Android device that performs well for the asking price.
BlackBerry's latest Android phone features sub-par performance, a disappointing user experience and little to help it stand out from the crowd... The DTEK60 isn't necessarily a bad phone, and there are worse picks for a corporate-issue handset. It feels like less than the sum of its parts, though, and pales in comparison to other, more robust rivals.
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We've used Flickr to find a selection of pictures taken by the BlackBerry DTEK60 camera. Here is a selection of photos taken by users from around the world so you can see what kind of picture quality you can expect from real-world use of the BlackBerry DTEK60.
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