Monday, October 17, 2016

BlackBerry 'Mercury' Shows up on Geekbench and Running Android 7.0, 3GB RAM

People waiting for BlackBerry's next QWERTY device (while the DTEK60 is still on hold) known as 'Blackberry Mercury' for now, since the device specs has been sported on the benchmark testing site Geekbench, knows what they expecting from the next BB device.

Rumors going on about the expected Blackberry device called it ' Blackberry Mercury', the device is to be powered by the latest Android 7.0 Nougat OS with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 Processor alongside with a 3GB of RAM size and an Internal Memory of 32GB having 4.5-Inch HD Display as well as 3400mAh Battery Capacity.
The new device appearing on Geekbench shows that the rumor is inline, been the same with at least a few of the rumors specs including Android 7.0, the 3GB of RAM and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 running at 2.02 GHz.

Additionally, another sign these particular stats shows is the naming convention used for the device model number. If you'll recall, the format of naming Blackberry hardware was changed with the expected DTEK60 (BBA100­-1) and here the 'Mercury' appears as BBB100-1.
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