I admire the new design when i saw the front and side metal design,but back cover and camera
design reality disappointed me ,still same old Matt design ,where as even cheap brand phones goes to metallic,and shiny back panels and also camera little protruded ,without a cover it will quickly reduce the newness on the phone,other than that i love blackberry with keyboard. welcome bberry.
Royan, 01 Mar 2017A 1.4GHz Snapdragon 425 is said to tick in the unreleased BlackBerry. There are also 4GB of RA... moreWell, $400 for some full-metal body and high security standards sell to the enterprises...
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Anonymous, 01 Mar 20175.5" 720p display - ouch!Don't worry it's not as bad as it sounds... ;)
I would know, my phone has that same configuration.
meh, 01 Mar 2017these aren't going to sell many units.
i'm hammering out lower spec'd moto e3s hand over fi... moreWow, u think this device looks ugly?
Did u not have your glasses on whilst reading the article or are just a troll?
Huh, now every smartphone from low-end to flagship seems to be launching with 4GB RAM...
these aren't going to sell many units.
i'm hammering out lower spec'd moto e3s hand over fist because they look a lot nicer. these things look pugly as hell man.
This would have been a decent phone 10 years ago6. This is why Blackberry is dead today.
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2017Seems like another rebranded AlcatelDo you read or are you just stupid, it says TCL is not the manufacturer.
A 1.4GHz Snapdragon 425 is said to tick in the unreleased BlackBerry. There are also 4GB of RAM, a large 5.5-inch 720p touch display, and 32GB of internal storage. As is customary for global markets, the device would have dualSIM card support. Finally, a 3,000 mAh battery is said to keep the phone chugging along. Given that the phone uses a 425 chip and a 720p display, wed expect an above-average endurance score.
It will price at least $400! Why? it is premium device and it have fruit logo!
Different manufacturers have the BlackBerry manufacturing license for different parts of the world. indonesia. BlackBerry just provides the security and productivity software and gives access to their 38,000 patents .
Think the company in charge of indonesia is called merah putih or something like that.
Optiemus is the company with the license for india and neighboring markets.
Apparently there's a new law which makes it particular hard/costly to import phones to indonesia.
Somebody's trying to make indonesia great again apparently.