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  1. ksigma's Avatar
    I was really waiting for your Dtek60 until I saw the price. I will be happily not buying your product and instead buying pixel or a nexus phone, which is lot cheaper with higher performance. I can understand 50-100$ extra for security, but anything beyond is stupid and crazy.

    I'm a current owner of passport, for two years, but finally switching to nexus. Consumers aren't stupid. You can't sell a hw you buy for $350 and expect to sell for twice with a program that detects app accesses. You haven't made android the most secure phone yet.

    Good luck!

    Posted via CB10
    10-03-16 03:43 PM
  2. thurask's Avatar
    "What DTEK60?" - John Chen
    10-03-16 03:53 PM
  3. Pinot2015's Avatar
    "What DTEK60?" - John Chen
    And what price are you assuming of this un-announced product? And then you spend more on a Nexus that had last year's specs or a Pixel that has similar specs Rolling eyes

    Posted via my DTEK50
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    10-03-16 03:56 PM
  4. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    This is like the third friggin time I'm posting this, but whatever.

    - DTEK60 (SD820 Lite/4GB/32GB/1440p) is going for $699
    - HTC 10 (SD820+/4GB/32GB/1440p) is going for $999
    - HTC A9 (SD617/3GB/32GB/1080p) is going for $649
    - Moto Z (SD820+/4GB/64GB/Modular/1440p) is going for $899
    - Sony Xperia X Perf (SD820+/3GB/32GB/No Fingerprint/1080p) is $699
    - Samsung Galaxy S7 (SD820+/4GB/32GB/1440p) is $750
    - Nexus 6P (SD810v2/3GB/32GB/1440p) is $699
    - HTC Google Pixel (SD821/4GB/32GB/1080p) is $899

    All prices in CAD, either fully unlocked direct or month-to-month with a carrier.

    And if you want to compare resellers, DTEK60 is already listed for $629 at one reseller, and Nexus 6P is $649 on Newegg.
    Last edited by ToniCipriani; 10-05-16 at 07:14 AM.
    10-03-16 03:59 PM
  5. Randal Yandal's Avatar
    This is like the third friggin time I'm posting this, but whatever.

    - DTEK60 (SD820 Lite/4GB/32GB/1440p) is going for $699
    - HTC 10 (SD820+/4GB/32GB/1440p) is going for $999
    - HTC A9 (SD617/3GB/32GB/1080p) is going for $649
    - Moto Z (SD820+/4GB/64GB/Modular/1440p) is going for $899
    - Sony Xperia X Perf (SD820+/3GB/32GB/No Fingerprint/1080p) is $699
    - Samsung Galaxy S7 (SD820+/4GB/32GB/1440p) is $750
    - Nexus 6P (SD820+/3GB/32GB/1440p) is $699

    All prices in CAD, either fully unlocked direct or month-to-month with a carrier.

    And if you want to compare resellers, DTEK60 is already listed for $629 at one reseller, and Nexus 6P is $649 on Newegg.
    Nexus 6p has the 810 fyi

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    10-03-16 04:22 PM
  6. Resilience's Avatar
    This is like the third friggin time I'm posting this, but whatever.

    - DTEK60 (SD820 Lite/4GB/32GB/1440p) is going for $699
    - HTC 10 (SD820+/4GB/32GB/1440p) is going for $999
    - HTC A9 (SD617/3GB/32GB/1080p) is going for $649
    - Moto Z (SD820+/4GB/64GB/Modular/1440p) is going for $899
    - Sony Xperia X Perf (SD820+/3GB/32GB/No Fingerprint/1080p) is $699
    - Samsung Galaxy S7 (SD820+/4GB/32GB/1440p) is $750
    - Nexus 6P (SD820+/3GB/32GB/1440p) is $699

    All prices in CAD, either fully unlocked direct or month-to-month with a carrier.

    And if you want to compare resellers, DTEK60 is already listed for $629 at one reseller, and Nexus 6P is $649 on Newegg.
    Have that copy and paste ready.

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
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    10-03-16 04:22 PM
  7. niccomar's Avatar
    I was really waiting for your Dtek60 until I saw the price. I will be happily not buying your product and instead buying pixel or a nexus phone, which is lot cheaper with higher performance. I can understand 50-100$ extra for security, but anything beyond is stupid and crazy.

    I'm a current owner of passport, for two years, but finally switching to nexus. Consumers aren't stupid. You can't sell a hw you buy for $350 and expect to sell for twice with a program that detects app accesses. You haven't made android the most secure phone yet.

    Good luck!

    Posted via CB10
    Happy you are happy...

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    10-03-16 04:24 PM
  8. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    Nexus 6p has the 810 fyi

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    Confused the 810v2 (bug-fixed version that doesn't overheat like the M9) with the 820.

    Edited.
    10-03-16 04:24 PM
  9. niccomar's Avatar
    This is like the third friggin time I'm posting this, but whatever.

    - DTEK60 (SD820 Lite/4GB/32GB/1440p) is going for $699
    - HTC 10 (SD820+/4GB/32GB/1440p) is going for $999
    - HTC A9 (SD617/3GB/32GB/1080p) is going for $649
    - Moto Z (SD820+/4GB/64GB/Modular/1440p) is going for $899
    - Sony Xperia X Perf (SD820+/3GB/32GB/No Fingerprint/1080p) is $699
    - Samsung Galaxy S7 (SD820+/4GB/32GB/1440p) is $750
    - Nexus 6P (SD820+/3GB/32GB/1440p) is $699

    All prices in CAD, either fully unlocked direct or month-to-month with a carrier.

    And if you want to compare resellers, DTEK60 is already listed for $629 at one reseller, and Nexus 6P is $649 on Newegg.
    Thank you for your post, always very clear!

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    10-03-16 04:24 PM
  10. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    Have that copy and paste ready.

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    Just make sure you capture the mistake Randal pointed out.
    10-03-16 04:25 PM
  11. krazyatom's Avatar
    @OP

    Blackberry doesn't really care if you buy google pixel phone or not. Blackberry is aim for gov/enterprise with BB security.
    10-03-16 05:28 PM
  12. Randal Yandal's Avatar
    Hahah

    Posted via the CrackBerry App for Android
    10-03-16 05:43 PM
  13. laid-back's Avatar
    Priv was $899 so dtek60 going for $699 is not bad at all. It also compares well to other high specs devices
    krazyatom and BBeast like this.
    10-03-16 06:05 PM
  14. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    Priv was $899 so dtek60 going for $699 is not bad at all. It also compares well to other high specs devices
    Mainstream brands yes as I listed, Chinese flagship killers, not really. I think this is the point some are making.

    My only argument to that is local 24/7 support BlackBerry offers versus arguing with whatever Chinese reseller who can't type proper English or outright ignore your support emails.
    z3user likes this.
    10-03-16 07:00 PM
  15. Bbnivende's Avatar
    @OP

    Blackberry doesn't really care if you buy google pixel phone or not. Blackberry is aim for gov/enterprise with BB security.
    Except that who buys BlackBerry's if not for consumers. There is very little evidence that BlackBerry Phones are being purchased by Enterprise. I should say no evidence.
    Joao Oliveira and krazyatom like this.
    10-03-16 07:32 PM
  16. ThaLiveKing's Avatar
    Its like people want BlackBerry to make $100 phones with amazing specs. I think a lot of you devalue blackberry and only buy blackberry because you expect their handsets to be cheaper than the comp. Doesn't work like that.

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    10-03-16 07:52 PM
  17. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    Its like people want BlackBerry to make $100 phones with amazing specs. I think a lot of you devalue blackberry and only buy blackberry because you expect their handsets to be cheaper than the comp. Doesn't work like that.

    Posted via CB10
    From a marketing perspective, there ARE a lot of people think it's not cool to use a BlackBerry, so it is one way out.

    However, this forum is just sour over BB10 and think BlackBerry "owes" them something, hence all this whining all the way from the logo on the front, to the colour of the LED.
    10-03-16 08:05 PM
  18. Krnmc's Avatar
    Lol don't buy the phone. It's simple, you don't need brand loyalty in Android, you buy what fits your needs. If you need high security go for the DTEK 60. If not get other company phones.

    I just sold my PRIV and gonna wait for mercury.
    BBeast and Jrox74 like this.
    10-03-16 08:26 PM
  19. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    Lol don't buy the phone. It's simple, you don't need brand loyalty in Android, you buy what fits your needs. If you need high security go for the DTEK 60. If not get other company phones.

    I just sold my PRIV and gonna wait for mercury.
    Had enough with Verizon eh... you really should've got the APAC/Canadian model instead.
    10-03-16 08:35 PM
  20. Bbnivende's Avatar
    Lol don't buy the phone. It's simple, you don't need brand loyalty in Android, you buy what fits your needs. If you need high security go for the DTEK 60. If not get other company phones.

    I just sold my PRIV and gonna wait for mercury.
    Even in Canada it is difficult or maybe impossible to find a Dtek on display in a carrier store. This is like trying to fight a house fire with a garden hose. The other issue is that many consumers do not want to pay extra for mid range device security.
    10-04-16 11:48 AM
  21. icfi's Avatar
    Even HTC is discounting their "Flag Ship" phone, Dubbed “Green is Good,” the Taiwanese company is running a promotion this week and this week only, and if you’re an HTC fan, this may just be the best thing to ever happen. Perhaps the biggest steal is the HTC 10, the company’s very own flagship. HTC is now offering a $150 discount for any color and any carrier version of the HTC 10 – the final price comes out to be $549. Just as a quick refresher, the HTC 10 has a 5.2-inch Quad HD screen with a 12-megapixel low-light rear camera. The phone is powered by Snapdragon 820 and should last you a full day with its 3,000 mAh battery.



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    10-04-16 11:58 AM
  22. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    Even HTC is discounting their "Flag Ship" phone, Dubbed “Green is Good,” the Taiwanese company is running a promotion this week and this week only, and if you’re an HTC fan, this may just be the best thing to ever happen. Perhaps the biggest steal is the HTC 10, the company’s very own flagship. HTC is now offering a $150 discount for any color and any carrier version of the HTC 10 – the final price comes out to be $549. Just as a quick refresher, the HTC 10 has a 5.2-inch Quad HD screen with a 12-megapixel low-light rear camera. The phone is powered by Snapdragon 820 and should last you a full day with its 3,000 mAh battery.



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    Stop comparing US prices to Canadian MSRPs.
    10-04-16 12:07 PM
  23. icfi's Avatar
    That $549 is a U.S. Price!
    10-04-16 12:28 PM
  24. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    That $549 is a U.S. Price!
    And $699 is a Canadian price.
    PHughes likes this.
    10-04-16 12:40 PM
  25. icfi's Avatar
    ToniCipriani, what is your point? I never mentioned Canadian Prices. What I posted was straight from HTC and the $549 price was for U.S. Customers. Feel free to check their website.
    10-04-16 01:19 PM
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