BlackBerry has not stopped its activity of QWERTY keyboard. After a surprising Passport and Classic and a Leap gone relatively unnoticed in 2015, the Canadians are back in 2016 beginning with the PRIV. This phone has at least stirred the curiosity of users with its curved edges and especially its slider – something we had not seen for many years.
PRIV Is Innovative
It is a high-end phone for the firm to strike a blow. That's a lot, but ultimately justifiable by professional target BlackBerry. In addition to this historical target, the presentation of its product was a public research and innovation as well as the mass of Android enthusiasts looking for high-end phone.
This is obviously the curved screen that will first hit in the PRIV out of the box. The curved screen has character, it's chic and differentiating, even if it is not used much. It therefore follows immediately a sense of high-end phone, reinforced by the keyboard mechanism that seems sturdy and a screen pack circled aluminum.
As we know, the screen is curved, but it's not that making quality screen. It further refers to the plumage on the PRIV with a slab AMOLED QHD (2560 x 1440) of 5.4 inches for a pixel density of 543 ppi and above color rendering very appreciable.
|Compatible Phone Models||No|
|Operating System||Blackberry OS|
|Delivery Time||1 To 3 Days|
|Mobile Type||Smart Phone|
|Features||Bluetooth, NFC, Touch Screen, WI-FI|
|Sim Type||Single Sim|
|Screen Size||5 Inches - 5.9 Inches|
|Primary Camera||More Than 16 MP|
|Secondary Camera||2 - 2.9 MP|
|Battery Capacity||3001 - 4000mAh|
|Operating System Version Name||Lollipop (5.1)|