Mobilemaster, 09 Mar 2017People are not only looking at price. You also need performance. Anyway others are making smar... moreIt depends where the bottleneck is. There are cases where such a CPU would benefit from 4 GB RAM.
Ya ur right guys itz specs seem to be outdated but I think dual sim from blackberry is new.....
I do not understand BB? & What? They want to make a comeback?
They recently launched two devices i.e., Aurora & KeyOne. Both are incomplete.
Although KeyOne, design/looks wise is a classy phone, something different than the looks of the masses, it lack dual SIM, & perhaps the chipset, not to mention the price. Perhaps more people would buy Keyone if it was dual SIM .
And the Aurora, overpriced & lower mid range that too without a fingerprint sensor.
Come-on BB, you want to make a comeback to your Glory days? Sense the ground realities or it wont be long that you would fade in oblivion.
SD425 with 4GB RAM.
The SoC is even unable to address 4GB Ram, let alone tolerate the burdon of HD display on Adreno 308 for a simple 3D game.
The real name is BlackBerry FrameDropper
I am curious: Is there anything left about Blackberry that would distinguish it form any of other zillion chinese brands and models ??
Absentas, 09 Mar 2017Because price?People are not only looking at price. You also need performance. Anyway others are making smart phones with better specs at a low price. It is pointless to have 4 GB of RAM when you have a weak CPU.
Mobilemaster, 09 Mar 2017Hmm. Why that low-end CPU? With a 653 CPU and Full HD display this would be much better.Because price?
Hmm. Why that low-end CPU? With a 653 CPU and Full HD display this would be much better.