Blackberry with its new KeyOne is enjoying some resurgence and it seems they might be trying to stretch its interest by releasing an all-black version of the handset, if some leaks from China are true.
A completely black version of the KEYone was spotted for sale online, suggesting BlackBerry could release a new variant in the coming weeks.
The current model comes with a black finish on the body, with grey/silver highlights on the edges and keyboard. Many Blackberry fans have called for a complete black version and t seems their calls...
Chinese company TCL announced at the MWC in February that the BlackBerry KEYone will be available globally starting April, though they did not specify when. Disappointingly so, it seems that the release of the smartphone has been moved on further to May.
BlackBerry's CEO John Chen confirmed during the company's earning calls that the KEYOne will be in production at the end of April, which means it will not arrive in stores until after May.
"We just launched two phones, or we helped our partners launch two phones. One in Indonesia and that one is shipping already. The second...
BlackBerry Mercury has been officially launched today as the BlackBerry KEYone
The BlackBerry KEYone though not a flagship smartphone, it is very much pleasant to use and lays down the BB foundation for future models. The build up of the phone is focused on usability (getting work done) with fast processor and battery endurance a main factor.
It has a 4.5 inch full HD display with 3:2 aspect ratio and 434ppi. Powered by Qualcomm’s 2.0 GHz Snapdragon 625 processor, getting the phone through work is smooth and quick. It has 3GB,32GB of onboard storage with a microSD...
Finally we get a look at the much rumored Blackberry Mercury. We will have to stay with the rumored name for now since they have not released specs, price, launch date and even the name. We should expect them to be out when BlackBerry officially announces the phone close to Mobile World Congress in February.
From what we can get so far, the Mercury has a QWERTY keyboard with capacitive gesture capabilities, similar to the physical keyboard on Priv, something many BB fans has been waiting for. That means you...
BlackBerry CEO John Chen mentioned two upcoming BlackBerry models, both to be powered by Android. The most welcome difference from Blackcerry’s first Android powered device, the BlackBerry Priv, is that these are expected to be more affordable handsets priced in the $300-$400 range. There has been leaks of these rumoured handsets code named the BlackBerry Hamburg and BlackBerry Rome.
According to sources, The Rome will have a curved AMOLED display with a physical QWERTY and a large speaker that both reside at the bottom of the display.
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