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BlackBerry back to bet on the physical keyboard, now with Android

We had quite some time talking about the return of BlackBerry by the front door. It seems that it is never too late to resolve errors, that is exactly the company which already doing is little, and is that as you know, BlackBerry is now owned by an Asian conglomerate. In short, we already have official data about what was known as Mercury, this BlackBerry than bet on Android as an operating system, but who returns to his roots with a physical keyboard that will not leave indifferent to absolutely nobody, would finally popularized on the professional market?

More specifically we will find a 4.5-inch screen, which is not exactly small, which will be under a physical keyboard quite compressed, what did open many mouths while we analyzed its design. In addition, thanks to Android Nougat 7.1 which is the installed operating system, you can configure shortcuts directly with the keys, allowing us to quickly access certain applications without even using the screen. What you won’t find is a cursor, something quite present also in the old BlackBerry.

To move this machine we find a Snapdragon 625 range medium, along with a 3 GB total RAM memory and 32 GB of memory storage. But we are going to continue shelling their characteristics. We stayed in a 1620 x 1080 resolution for the screen, more than enough the FullHD. Fast-charging will be the best company in its 3,500 mAh battery.

With a metal chassis and a rear that looks like plastic, the device will feature a connection USB-C, according to the current standards. Course, you will have microSD card reader and touch panel will have Gorilla Glass 4 protection technology.

The camera is made by a manufacturer Sony 12MP sensor, while the front will be 8MP with an angle of 84 °. The price will be $ 499 in the United States of America, and 599 euros in Europe.

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