BlackBerry’s coming apparatus lineup does really continue as the mobile operating system of option in the Priv’s use of Android.
The 3D graphics functionality was quantified by GFXBench of the BlackBerry STH100-x while recording other tidbits of the unit like its operating system, screen memory, size and storage.
Both the Rome apparatus and the Hamburg were never rumored to be top-grade apparatus. Rather, they were anticipated to be mid range offerings, more affordable than the current main of BlackBerry, the Priv.
Apart from the preceding, no confirmed release date has been set for the apparatus. Additionally, we are still left with no advice regarding the real cost of the Hamburg when it does debut after this year.
Beyond the GFXBench leak, the remainder of Blackberry’s strategies are not yet been unveiled. By then we expect to have a clearer image of what it’ll look like, too, although we anticipate a couple of things to change here and there.
Will it have the characteristic BlackBerry computer keyboard or will it come with just a touch screen for input signal? Or, will it follow in the design language of the Priv and integrate a sliding computer keyboard together with an all-touch screen?
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