Late last month, BlackBerry confirmed that its first Android powered smartphone, the BlackBerry Priv, will soon be available to customers. We even saw the first official images of the phone that indicated that the phone is inspired by BlackBerry’s history of Qwerty keyboards and a sliding screen.
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As BlackBerry confirmed the existence of this phone, the company did not reveal much in terms of specs. As time goes, we expect to be getting more specs the BlackBerry Priv has. From the specs, it is clear that this phone will be a powerhouse that will be ready to compete with most of the flagship Android smartphone out there.
To start with, the BlackBerry Priv has a 64-bit Snapdragon 808 processor and an Adreno 418 GPU. These specs have been released by a website, N4BB, that has been on point with most its leaks. The website also went ahead to reveal that the phone’s 18MP camera will be able to shoot 4K videos at 30fps as you can see from the photo below.
The BlackBerry Priv also features a 5.4 inch dual-curved QHD display which is one interesting feature to have on a phone. Given that the best we have seen is the one sided curved display on the Galaxy Edge devices, I will be keen to see how the dual-curved display is and if it is any useful. The phone will also have 3GB of RAM that seems like the standard size for most devices these days.
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