The DTEK60 is a little bit bigger than its older sibling, packing a 5.5-inch QHD display and a 3,000mAh battery. If we were guessing, we'd assume it was based on the same design as TCL / Alcatel's Idol 4S, which packs a similar screen and display, not to mention the same fingerprint scanner. But unlike that handset, this one carries BlackBerry's security know-how tucked inside, including the hardware "root of trust." The other big difference between the 60 and the Idol 4S is in the camera, since BlackBerry's version is packing a 21-megapixel rear camera.
Then there's the usual raft of BlackBerry additions, including the company's intelligent keyboard, unified inbox tool and rapid security patches. It's not clear how much built-in storage the device ships with -- we're guessing 16GB -- but it comes with a microSD card slot that will push that figure up to 2TB. The BlackBerry DTEK60 is available to buy from the company's website today, setting you back $499 / $650 CDN / €579 / £475. If you deal direct with BlackBerry and pay before November 8th, you'll also be handed some form of phone case (depending on your region) and a rapid charger for free.