BlackBerry Priv Poses For The Camera, Gets Bluetooth SIG Certification

BlackBerry, the Canada-based smartphone manufacturer has survived many hurdles in the past, still looking for a big bang market sale of its handsets, but nevertheless has reached minimally to its task. The BBM Messenger developer has took a step forward to introduce an Android powered smartphone to the world who have been playing with the BlackBerry OS onboard. Now that with its new BlackBerry Priv Android Slider, which already appeared in number of leaked press renders have some more to show them to the world. This tiome around posing itself to the camera in all directions, and has also been certified by Bluetooth SIG.

First off the BlackBerry Priv photos has been surfaced on the SIG certification database, where the handset shows up its face in a new angle. Detailed its specs there, as the handset is expected to go on sale some time next month and if that’s the point, then an official announcement by BlackBerry may be this month or early in November.

The BlackBerry Priv is the company’s first Android smartphone which will come with a slide out QWERTY keyboard. Display of 5.2-inch Quad-HD screen and speculated to come coupled with 3GB of RAM, and a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 or an Octa-Core Snapdragon 810 SoC. It also gonna include an 8MP rear and a 5MP Selfie camera, but we have no idea on which Android version the yet unannounced Priv smartphone will be coming, alleged to get some Android Lollipop treatment.

BlackBerry Priv Gets Bluetooth SIG Certification
Yet another leak points to at the latest photos of the BlackBerry Priv. Posted on Reddit, the individual who get his hands on the device at a recent conference. Specifications suggests that the BlackBerry Priv camera on its back is of an 18MP unit that is capable to record videos in at 4K resolution. The handset will come with Google’s Android OS and will have full access to the Google Play Store, it will also come with a range of BlackBerry features built in, including some security software.


Don’t be confused as hoping that BlackBerry will make their new Android smartphone “Priv” official some time this month.

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