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Blackberry BBF100-1 spotted on UAProf with Qwerty keypad & Snapdragon 660

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Blackberry has so far launched a lot of Android smartphones, and the latest offering from the company is the Blackberry Motion with mid-range specifications like Snapdragon 625, 4GB RAM and a huge 4,000mAh battery. We all know that Blackberry devices are well known for the iconic Qwerty keypad, but some recently launched Blackberry phones don’t have a keypad. The examples are Blackberry Motion, DTEK 60, DTEK 50 etc. Soon, it seems the company is going to launch a new Android phone with a Qwerty keypad. Recently, a phone with modem number Blackberry BBF100-1 was spotted on UAProf that revealed some exciting details about the device.

 

Blackberry BBF100-1

Qwerty keypad, Snapdragon 660 and more

So, the listing reveals that the Blackberry BBF100-1 is powered by the Snapdragon 660 processor which is right now the best mid-range mobile chipset. Along with this, it is going to have the iconic Qwerty keypad. The screen is a Full-HD panel with a resolution of 1620x1080p and 3:2 aspect ratio. Surprisingly, it is the same resolution and the aspect ratio as that of the Blackberry KeyOne’s display. So, the phone will most probably feature a 4.5-inch display.

There aren’t any more details about the phone, but if such device is coming soon, we are surely going to get more information. Stay Tuned.

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