It’s official: the BlackBerry Venice became officially known BlackBerry Priv . Yesterday overtook the news of possible change of name that until now was known as BlackBerry Venice. Also, as collected in PhoneArena, today the Canadian company has made official that is preparing to launch a smartphone Android , if it was a fault at this stage.
Why did no fault? First because we had seen real images of the device recently, secondly because its operation was also seen on video, and before that they had been leaked renders terminal. Come on, it was an open secret.
In any case, after prosecutors announced business results for the second quarter of 2015, John Chen confirmed the new device name , and incidentally also took the opportunity to mention that this new terminal combines “best of the safety and productivity of BlackBerry with the expanding ecosystem of Android.” In addition, the BlackBerry Priv is made with the idea of protect user privacy , hence its name.
In the words of the manufacturer, the BlackBerry Priv be a flagship directed not only users in general but also users seeking to recover the corporate world , for which expects to contribute safety features upscale. BlackBerry plans to launch the BlackBerry Priv before the end of the year in the major markets of the world and should learn more of the terminal in the coming weeks.
We took the opportunity to remember that the BlackBerry Priv offer a large screen 5.4 pugladas possibly with QHD resolution, QWERTY keyboard deeslizante, 18 cameras and 5-megapixel, Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor six-core and 3 GB of RAM.
Moreover, it seems that BlackBerry would be preparing another smartphone with BB10 operating system in addition to the Android device.
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