Details on the BlackBerry Priv reveal a powerful Android smartphone

There is not so long, BlackBerry has confirmed its sliding Android smartphone, the BlackBerry Priv (formerly Venice), but few details were revealed. But that is of little importance, since we already have a pretty clear picture of what will be the smartphone. And, a new leak N4BB reveals a 808 Snapdragon processor, Adreno 418 graphics chip, and support for 4K video recording at 30fps.

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Although technically unofficial, the previously mentioned specifications from various images posted, showing very specific parts of the smartphone. They are nevertheless to be taken lightly until the US firm decided to lift the veil on the smartphone, but we heard that the BlackBerry Priv would use a hexa-core Snapdragon 808 chip.

As for the view, it would be provided by Schneider Kreuznach, a manufacturer based in Germany, which would be a 18 megapixel sensor capable of capturing video in 4K.

Private and privacy
Android is notorious for its malware and other exploits that demonstrate vulnerability, making the system less secure than other OS on the market. The Priv is running on Android 5.1.1 and BlackBerry has its own proprietary security application. Indeed, N4BB also revealed other details, such as the presence of a Safeguard BlackBerry application that lets you view the security status of the device. You can view and edit your settings for applications, development options, screen lock, the websites of confidence, and more.

The leak also reveals that the level of the phone battery is apparently going to be displayed on the curved edge to the right of the screen when it is charging. This is a screen similar to the Samsung Galaxy Edge. Finally, perform a long press on the home button will allow quick access to the BlackBerry Hub and a search screen.

All this is consistent with previous rumors and images that suggest a screen of 5.4 inches with a resolution qHD doubly curved, a 18 megapixel camera and 3GB of RAM.

If all these rumors are true, then the BlackBerry Priv is close to being launched. It promises to be an impressive and innovative smartphone. His physical keyboard will surely place it at the forefront of a very fierce competition, and could make the best Android smartphone in 2015.

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