Leak describes next BlackBerry smartphone

Leak describes next BlackBerry smartphone

November 6 was an ordinary day for most people around the world but not for BlackBerry, which released its first Android smartphone, called Priv. The device, which has some pretty nice specs, by the way, hasn’t been with us for even a week and we now have its successor… or the name of it, at least.

It turns out that a new smartphone leak (sounds familiar, doesn’t it) has described BlackBerry’s next Android smartphone. The device is called Vienna as of now, although this name might just be a code name, and is likely an unfinished product. The major difference compared to Priv is that Vienna has an always-present physical keyboard, unlike the Priv, which has a sliding keyboard. In addition the leak shows that the Back, Home and Recent buttons on Vienna are physical buttons as well and not on-screen ones.

This is it, people. There are no details on the tech specs of Vienna currently but we will be getting back to this device in the future, anyway, so losses will be minimized. By the way, BlackBerry might rush the device to the market since Priv enjoys serious customer interest.

Source: Androidcentral.com

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