BlackBerry is all set to launch the most secured smartphone powered by Android till date, the PRIV. PRIV has the authentic BlackBerry keyboard, legendary security, streamlined communications and productivity, combined with the wide world of Google Play store apps. It has been engineered with the world’s finest technology, and packaged in an ultra-thin, ergonomically perfect device with a keyboard hidden by Smart Slide technology. The BlackBerry Priv is expected to combine Android's best features with BlackBerry's top security attributes. The BlackBerry Priv pre-registration page reveals the smartphone features a stunning 5.4-inch dual-curved display, a 3410mAh battery, touch and physical keyboards, Schneider-Kreuznach certified camera, and an extraordinary audio quality. The Android handset would also come pre-installed with DTEK, BlackBerry's warning system app one that has not yet been detailed.
As of rumours doing rounds the Android-powered BlackBerry Priv may pack a 21MP primary camera instead of an 18MP camera. The probability of a Sony IMX 230 sensor being equipped in the upcoming mobile phone. The Motorola Moto X Style is equipped with the same Sony IMX230 sensor and has a 21MP rear-facing camera. A hexa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor is estimated to power the device. The same Snapdragon chip also powers the LG G4. The Priv may also get 3GB of RAM. The camera of the BlackBerry Priv will also get optical image stabilization, dual LED flash and fast focus to enhance picture quality. The handset is also expected to have a 5MP front-facing camera. The BlackBerry smartphone may get 32GB of internal storage with the option to expand the memory with a microSD card. Although the BlackBerry Priv will be a slider phone it is expected to be relatively thin, at least thinner than the Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
The BlackBerry Priv team believes that the new flagship will be warmly accepted by a large market of Android consumers who want better security features on their phones. If their product succeeds, the Priv could restore BlackBerry as a leading premium mobile phone manufacturer in the industry. However, the phone should be launched by the end of 2015. If and when available in the Indian market, the phone should cost around 40k. BlackBerry the brand itself has been long forgotten and with the launch of this new model the company should be hoping to gain their reputation back and get their space back in the Gadget world.
The world’s first BlackBerry Secure Smartphone Powered by Android.
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