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With the advent of Blackberry Priv the Canadian company launches its flagship phone, finally with a heart of Android. The company launches the phone for the customers who want Android experience with a Blackberry tinge and to save its downfall in market.
Coming to its magnificent display size of 5.4 inch boasting 540 pixels per inch with a resolution size of 1440 x 2560, the phone gives a premium feel in hand but slightly lacks with its competitors at this resolution size. Viewing angles are nice, because of slightly curve edges but don't compare it with Samsung Edge.
Talking about design of the phone, it looks classy when fully opened with its QWERTY keypad visible. Blackberry tried its best to keep it handy in design but it do creates problem while typing and using screen simultaneously as the phone is too long.
Phone's best feature is the premium 4 liner traditional Blackberry QWERTY key pad. It gives phone a premium look along with its beautiful display. The buttons are small and compact but may create problem to bulging fingers. Overall for lovers of bold and curve, here you have the same keypad but with touch flavour making it a desirable phone in your pocket. The body is of metal and feels classy and premium. The back is of Carbon fiber and display has corning gorilla glass 4 protection with a multitouch up to 10 fingers. Phone supports nano sim only.
The phone also boasts of six core processor divided into quad core 1.44 GHz and dual core 1.8 GHz, giving it a power packed performance. Switching between apps is easy and smooth rather than being cumbersome in earlier Blackberry operated phone. Phone also supports Adreno 418 for perfect gaming experience. Graphics doesn't disappoint you at all.
The cell has a ram of 3 GB with an internal of 32 GB. With this powerful ram, multitasking seems smooth and easy which is well expected from this brand and cell. The memory can be expanded till 256 GB with the help of an external memory cards giving it an edge over iPhone series. Phone feels good in playing heavy games like asphalt and dead trigger. The AnTuTu scores are at 60k and Quadrant score are 22k making it overall a power packed performer. 3d games and the graphics are well supported by the phone. Heating effect is also negligible with phone even in heavy usage.
Coming to camera segment its 18 mp camera is able to record 4k video with support for 30 and 60 frames per second at 2160 and 1080 pixels. The aperture size is also nice with a sensor of 2.4' making it really premium for capturing shots. Pictures taken in daylight are well illustrated and have sufficient details. Low light imaging is also good but not at par with its competitors. The front camera disappoints us with low quality at 2 mega pixels only. Besides being low in megapixels, it also lacks significant details while capturing or video calling.
The Android version is lollipop 5.1 with an upgrade available for marshmallow in coming months. It's the second most talkative feature of the phone. Phone has all the features of a particular high end Android phone and also has a same skin of BB 10 but now confined to a particular range. It mixes the emotions of a Blackberry user with an Android lover well.
Phone supports NFC and is LTE at most of the available frequencies. Phone lacks radio but Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are at par. External speakers are also loud and clear. The phone supports universal 3.5 mm jack.
Battery is nonremovable 3410 mAh with a quick charging 2.0. The phone can be charged 60 percent in just 30 minutes. The battery backup is excellent giving us a usage of more than a day.