As per the latest leak reports, BlackBerry is ready to add at least three phone to its portfolio which includes BlackBerry Hamburg or (Neon), BlackBerry Argon, BlackBerry Mercury.
So, if you are a BlackBerry fan and have been waiting for a new smartphone from the technology firm, your wait is coming to an end as the smartphone maker is all set to launch more than tree phone by the end of 2017. As per the latest leak reports, BlackBerry is ready to add at least three phone to its portfolio which includes BlackBerry Hamburg or (Neon), BlackBerry Argon, BlackBerry Mercury. BlackBerry Argon is appeared to have the flagship smartphone which is totally touch screen and support latest quick charging facility.
After Priv and Passport, BlackBerry Mercury may be the next smartphone which has physical QWERTY keyboard support. BlackBerry is some of those brands which keeps launching QWERTY enabled smartphones even the smartphone market is boasting of complete touch screen smartphones. So, those who loved QWERTY smartphone, there may be some good news for them.
BlackBerry Neon or Hamburg is going to be most probably a Alcatel Idol 4 and may sports 5.2-inch FHD display. On the camera front, the BlackBerry Neon ma y feature 21 mp rear camera but the front camera specification is not know yet. The phone may run on latest Android Marshmallow and sports Snapdragon 615 or above processor, 16 GB inbuilt storage and 3GB RAM. The new revelation shows that the smartphone has ,610mAh battery which seems to be a little less for the features it supports. But it will be interesting to see the actual performance.
The BlackBerry Rome is another smartphone which also features 3 GB RAM, physical QWERTY keypad and latest Android OS.
Earlier, last week BlackBerry Chief Operating Officer Marty Beard posted in his blog saying that company “plan to keep advancing our smartphone portfolio”. “BlackBerry is not backing away from BB10. Our customers depend on the BB10 platform and they are the ones that drive our roadmap,” he said adding that BlackBerry was committed to “maintaining” BB10 software and “advancing it to be even more secure and provide even greater productivity”.
So, keep your fingers crossed as the next BlackBerry may be what you desire from the Canadian smartphone maker.