BlackBerry Vienna will be the second smartphone with the Android

BlackBerry Vienna will be the second smartphone with the Android

BlackBerry Vienna will be the second smartphone with the Android
BlackBerry Vienna will be the second smartphone with the Android

As you know, the first canadian smartphone vendor BlackBerry on the OS Android has become the Priv model, but today it became known that the company is preparing yet another gadget on this mobile platform.

As already informed the journalists of “market leader” section of Hi-tech, BlackBerry Priv is the seed slider with a display of 5.43 inches and a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, has a sliding four row keyboard with a standard QWERTY layout, six-core Snapdragon 808 processor with a graphics accelerator Adreno 418 and 3 gigs of RAM.

New on OSes Android on the discussion forums appears under the name Vienna, and on multiple network sources already available renders this gadget. Apparently, it will have the classic BlackBerry form factor, this is when the QWERTY keyboard located under the screen. Traditionally, the display of the smartphone is quite large and, apparently, touch.

To date, nothing on the technical characteristics of the new model is unknown, perhaps all the details we will know in January 2016, at CES. Not for the first year on BlackBerry problems with profits and today the former leader of own smartphone market is located in the centre of ratings of manufacturers of mobile gadgets. Tangible results do not give even the tough measures taken by the Director General of the company John Chen and the company continues to record significant losses.
BlackBerry Vienna will be the second smartphone with the Android
Apparently, the case goes to the adoption of drastic measures and it may well be, if the company is unable to make mobile profitable production, she just get rid of.

John Chen, speaking at the conference Code/Mobile, said that after the Priv model will already be clear, is there a future for own smartphone business in 2016 and, if not, the company simply closes it and switches to software development and the provision of services.

Recall that the BlackBerry, launching the Vienna, has abandoned its early claims that its smartphones will use their own software.