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BlackBerry shows new Android phone and physical keyboard at CES 2017

The BlackBerry promises to return with all in 2017. TCL, Chinese manufacturer that currently produces the company’s smartphones, presented the new phone BlackBerry at CES 2017, the world’s largest electronics fair which takes place in Las Vegas, United States, until the day 8.

Prior revealed a device Android with physical keyboard, keeping the signature of the brand, but gave no further details about the device’s specifications. Although leaks claim that the model is called Mercury, the official name and the sheet will only be released in the MWC 2017, which will take place between February 27 and March 2 in Barcelona.

BlackBerry shows new Android phone and physical keyboard at CES 2017

Android with physical keyboard:

The information provided so far speaks about a premium mobile phone aimed at corporate users. The smartphone will run Android Nougat, customized with productivity applications such as the Hub +, and improvements in security. Another already known characteristic is the presence port USB-C .

Not surprising, the physical keyboard was one of the highlights. In addition, the phone features a fingerprint sensor embedded in the space key and will be touch sensitive, being able to provide personalized predictive typing, according to user preferences and language.

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BlackBerry shows new Android phone and physical keyboard at CES 2017

The handset is the first BlackBerry product to be manufactured by TCL. The company said the model will be available in early 2017, but it is not yet known the exact date or markets.

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