See Blackberry’s Last Self-Developed Android SmartPhone


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Back in September, Blackberry declared that it was putting an end in building its own smartphones internally. The company has announced that it would begin depending on partners to manufacture its devices. This is coming after Blackberry's disappointing sales record with the Priv.

Nevertheless, it appears that the company still has one more device to release codenamed "Mercury." This was affirmed a month ago by the company's CEO in a meeting by Bloomberg. Much hasn't been uncovered about the device but a leaked photo on Chinese social network Weibo gives a clearer look at the smartphone.

The traditional QWERTY keyboard is available and these look particularly like physical buttons. Unlike the slide-out keyboard on Blackberry Priv, Blackberry Mercury appears to have a fixed keyboard on board.

Rumored details include a 3GB RAM, a 4.5 - inch full HD screen, a 2.0GHz octa-core Qualcomm processor, an 18MP primary camera and an 8MP front facing shooter.

At present, nothing is sure, there is no official picture yet and the rumored details are unverified. We may need to hold up until Blackberry comes through with its last internally developed Android smartphone.


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