Blackberry's 2016 flagship phone the DTEK60, codenamed Argon has fallen foul to yet another leak, this time courtesy of US retailer B&H Photo. The DTEK60 was listed as a pre-order on the retailer's site for $499.99, before being taken down, although there wasn't an expected shipping date.
B&H Photo also published the full list of specs on the page and they match up with the list that Blackberry itself published last month.
The DTEK60 will sport a 5.5-inch 2560 x 1550 Quad HD touchscreen display with 534ppi and will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM. It will pack in 32GB of internal storage but can be expanded up to 2TB and will run on Android, although as for which version it will have out-the-box is unclear.
There will also be a 21-megapixel rear-facing camera which can record 4K and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera with 84 degree wide angle lens.
But even though Blackberry published the specs and B&H Photo leaked a pre-order page, Blackberry has yet to officially announce the phone's existence.
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Rumours pointed to two possible release dates: October 11 and October 17, considering we're already on the 12th and there's been no official announcement, we'll wait until the 17th to see if Blackberry says anything. B&H Photo posted a list price of $499.99 for an unlocked, SIM-free version which marries up with previous rumours. We're expecting it to cost between £500-£600 when it's released in the UK.