Rumors: Blackberry to launch 2 Android devices before year ends
With the launch of the blackberry 10 smartphones, the phone manufacturing company charted an inroad into the market that they were fast failing in with others of their devices and managed to keep their heads above water. Right now though, there are substantial rumours to suggest that before the end of this year, blackberry would be releasing two major devices and both would be running on the android platform.
Currently, it is widely believed that the first of two would be a rebrand of the Alcatel idol 4 device. Also, it is expected that the OEM releases a device that would run as the next flagship of the company in the month of October and while much details is not known about this one yet, it has been codenamed Argons. Since it would be a flagship though, we expect it to have all the features expected on a flagship in this year 2016. This mean that we should be looking forward to a 5.5 inch of screen, a QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 SoC run by a CPU having 4GB of RAM.
The camera specifications on the device would also include a 21MP back shooter and make use of a Type C USB Port. For all that it is worth, these are the only pieces of information that blackberry is willing to let us hold for now.
However, if you are a fan of the blackberry brand and you want to know what’s up with their next lie of devices, the company’s CEO has announced that they would be discussing their new wave of smartphones next week. So, stay glued here and read about it in due time.
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