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A new phone BlackBerry with keyboard physical will be launched at the CES

BlackBerry had a rather peculiar 2016 because at the beginning of the year announced that it would rely on its own OS for mobile devices so over the following 12 months did not know anything about a new device, to even stop thinking about designing one and finally relegate on Android; where they have more hopes to be able to satisfy more users.

Not many days ago met the BlackBerry Mercury phone with QWERTY physical keyboard which is being prepared to be announced at CES that will take place in Las Vegas. Now we have a teaser showing the terminal itself in all its entity.

Is in that teaser of the terminal with keyboard physical QWERTY, to which we know by Mercury and that has been designed and manufactured by TCL, the company partner of Alcatel, has been shown by Steve Cistulli, President of TCL, for thus prepare is for the start of the CES.

Mercury

Was in the middle of December of the year last when BlackBerry and TCL formalizaron your relationship. TCL will launch handsets with BlackBerry brand, for which the telecoms giant will create the Android software.

Of the own Mercury, and thanks to them earlier rumors, is characterized by a resolution a bit strange to the be 1620 by 1080 with a density in pixels of 420 ppi, that works for a size of screen of 4.63 inches. Also expected that the processor you have this terminal is, perhaps, Snapdragon 625, would have a RAM of 3 GB and a 32 GB internal storage. Which is not bad, although the great peculiarity of this terminal would be your physical QWERTY keyboard for those nostalgic of the Canadian company and their recognizable phones a few years ago.

A CES which promises more for hosting several companies being carried out to releases that we will see in the MWC in Barcelona.

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