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Water Resistant BlackBerry Smartphone to launch in October

Water Resistant BlackBerry Smartphone to launch in October

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A couple of months back “Even Blass” one of the most prolific leakers in mobile tech industry revealed that soon two new BlackBerry smartphones will be introduced. Now we can confirm that at least one of them is coming on the market very soon.

According to Engadget, the new BlackBerry handset will feature IP67 water & dust resistance and this device will not hold any physical keyboard. The smartphone will also feature a battery life of more than 26 hours. The device is expected to be released sometime in October.

In an interview, Francois Mahieu, TCL’s chief communication officer said “TCL expects some iPhone and Samsung Galaxy users to switch to the new BlackBerry once this become available, thanks to its “durability and longevity”. He also mentioned “We are there to play,” “We’re just playing with different cards.”

For now, there are no more details about the upcoming BlackBerry smartphone but as far as rumors are concerned, the device might include a Snapdragon 626 processor with 4 GB of RAM and a 1080p screen.

 

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