BlackBerry recently released its first smartphone working under the control of Android. Canadians decided to go with the flow and are already working on another such device which tentatively is called a BlackBerry Vienna and it appeared at first graphics
Some time ago the market officially debuted the BlackBerry Priv – working Canadians first smartphone operating system from Google, of course appropriately modified by BlackBerry in terms of security. This is undoubtedly a very interesting device, which incidentally quickly disappeared from the stock Amazon (unfortunately we do not know how many units have been sold, so it is difficult now to talk about success), but with one very serious drawback. It is the relatively high price, which in my opinion is this device on the road to commercial success (I repeat – commercial), but I think they know about themselves Canadians who prepare another Android device, which should be properly cheaper. As for the BlackBerry Vienna.The drafting of such a device CrackBerry service reported publishing at the first graphic showing the mentioned device. That will be a smartphone running Google evidenced by the presence of physical (!) Android function keys below the screen, and the name, which refers to the first known to us the names of the Priva (as you probably know it is a Venice and Vienna). Of course, this device is designed in a distinctive style for BlackBerry will be equipped with a physical QWERTY keyboard, like eg. Passport. Unfortunately, we do not know anything about the expected technical specifications BlackBerry Vienna, so only looking at its appearance we can evaluate it look ,, cheap '' than the BlackBerry Priv, so he probably will be a smartphone with lower priced. There are of course you are only suppose to confirm it because we have to wait for some further information about the BlackBerry Vienna. However, the mere fact of working on such a device clearly shows that Canadians bind the future of their mobile operating system from Google, combining all the positive qualities of their own achievements in the field of security. I sincerely hope that the BlackBerry has reached thus deemed a success and will not give up the mobile department, as any good competition here is at a premium.