Upcoming BlackBerry Android phone with Physical keyboard leaks in live photo
BlackBerry may have abandoned the BlackBerry 10 OS but they are not abandoning their legendary QWERTY keyboards anytime soon. BlackBerry is going to release at least one Android phone with a physical BB keyboard in 2017. The news has also been confirmed by BlackBerry CEO John Chen while talking to Bloomberg.
“We have one keyboard phone I promised people, and its coming,”
This will not be the only Android phone by BB having a physical keyboard. Earlier BlackBerry has released an interesting phone with a slideout keyboard called BlackBerry Priv. Priv was a great phone with a few let downs and quite a heavy price tag. The upcoming BlackBerry Android phone will have a fixed physical keyboard below the screen as we can see in the newly leaked photo below. The leaked photo showing the alleged BlackBerry phone with a physical keyboard running Android OS was leaked on Chinese social media platform.
As you can see in the photo, the phone seems to have a smaller display panel accompanied by a fixed BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard. There is a quite big and visible speaker grill above the screen accompanied by a microphone and quite a big camera opening. On the right side of the phone is a volume rocker below which you can see what appears to be a power button.
There is no info yet on what’s under the hood of the device but from the looks of it, it seems to be a mid ranger. Wait till the leaked specs start appearing on the internet, hey Evleaks! show us some magic.
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