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The BlackBerry Mercury could install the same camera that Google Pixel sensor

One of the surprises that Google wanted to draw the attention of all those attending the presentation of the new terminals manufactured and designed by Google, the Pixel and Pixel XL, was the score DxOMark had put to these terminals. According to DxOMark the camera of the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL was the best the market, along with the of the HTC 10, surpassing even to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and to the iPhone 7 Plus with its double camera. But not everything in this photograph is sensor, already so much processor, software and the graphic influence the result of catches that we can do with the smartphone.

This new BlackBerry Mercury inside, we find a processor Snapdragon 625, a processor that will not allow us to obtain the same results as the Google Pixel, terminals that are equipped with Snapdragon 821. Also found inside 3 GB and RAM memory, 4 GB of the Google Pixel and Android Nougat.

The different specifications of both terminals, despite the same Chamber, will offer us different results, as is the case with Xiaomi Mi5s which is also managed by the Snapdragon 821, a terminal that also integrates the same Pixel sensor but the results are very different. The sensor used is the Sony IMX378 that offers 12 megapixel resolution and videos in quality 4 k. East Chamber has been considered the best in the world of telephony over the past year.

The new commitment of BlackBerry by a device with a physical keyboard is called BlackBerry Mercury, a terminal that could see sporadically at the CES held in Las Vegas earlier this year. This terminal will be the delight of all those users that have always counted with BlackBerry and their beloved physical keyboards.

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