BlackBerry offers KEYone at MWC 2017; Customers waiting for exciting news from Samsung
Mobile World Congress 2017 will start February 27 in Barcelona and technology experts, reporters, geeks and professionals linked with electronics sector will be keeping a close watch on the event. Many companies will be showcasing their new technology and devices at annual event in Barcelona. Technology experts will be looking forward to announcements from Samsung, LG, Huawei, Lenovo Nokia and Sony among other technology majors.
Samsung will announce release date for Galaxy S8 but the company won’t showcase its flagship device at MWC 2017. Samsung could showcase Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 in Barcelona. Samsung will be making its announcements and showcase its products at 7.00 pm local time in Barcelona on Sunday.
BlackBerry has already shared some interesting news about its latest devices. The smartphone company that has lost market to other companies over the past few years is trying hard to gain ground by stressing upon security and privacy features on its smartphones. BlackBerry announced price and availability information on BlackBerry KEYone. BlackBerry has stopped working on smartphone design and production and this will be the last phone from BlackBerry. In future, BlackBerry will outsource production and design to TCL.
In April this year, customers will be able to order BlackBerry KEYone and the smartphone has been priced at $549. The smartphone with physical keyboard will be powered by Android Nougat 7.1 operating system. The smartphone offers fingerprint sensor on spacebar on its sleek keyboard. The smartphone comes with 3505 mAh battery and BlackBerry has offered amazing security features in its new smartphone.
In terms of hardware, BlackBerry is offering Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core SoC clocked at 2GHz, coupled with 3GB of RAM and an Adreno 506 GPU.
Please stay tuned for more coverage from Mobile World Congress 2017 from Barcelona.
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