Blackberry Priv Smartphone Confirmed to Run on Android Instead of Blackberry 10 OS

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Blackberry’s CEO, John Chen, confirmed that the corporate will certainly launch an Android powered smartphone referred to as the Blackberry Priv.

It's stated to feature the safety from Blackberry and myriad of apps from Android. The main target on privateness is the place the identify PRIV got here from.

Right here’s how the Blackberry Priv seems to be like:

Blackberry Priv
Blackberry Priv has a touch delicate keypad!

There was numerous leaks concerning the Blackberry Priv however it was beforehand thought to be identify Blackberry Venice.

In phrases of design, its most important distinction from different Android telephones is its slider Qwerty keypad. This could instantly win over followers of bodily keypads!

Its screen measurement hasn’t been confirmed but nevertheless it’s somewhat greater than 5 inches. It’s a quad HD panel with dual curved edges identical to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.

Blackberry Priv
The Blackberry Priv comes pre-loaded with a number of Blackberry apps.

Identical to the Blackberry Passport, the Priv may even have highly effective set of specs. It runs on the octa core Snapdragon 808 chipset from Qualcomm.

That is paired with 3GB of RAM however solely 32GB of storage area. There’s a microSD card slot although.

Its essential camera is an 18 Megapixel snapper with quick autofocus and in a position to report 4K movies. In the meantime, the front camera is the standard 5MP unit.

Blackberry Priv hands on

The remaining of the features and specs of the Blackberry Priv hasn’t been revealed or leaked but. No launch date has been specified too.

Nonetheless, rather a lot of Blackberry followers are already excited for the smartphone. It is going to be formally out there right here within the Philippines identical to the Passport and Leap.

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We’ll submit one other article with its specs and price when the Blackberry Priv is formally launched.

Source : PinoyTechnoGuide