BlackBerry will make its first flagship TCL genuine era at MWC 2017 and now appear fresh details about this model known as Mercury.
Apparently, he has a sensor camera borrowed from Google Pixel.
BlackBerry Mercury received a hands-on behind closed doors at CES 2017 and today are from a trusted source, Roland Quandt and we stand with bristles.
TCL apparently would have included Sony IMX378 sensor back. This is a 12 MP sensor with 4K video capture capability and we find Google Pixel and Pixel XL, producing excellent results.
Those models have achieved top results in tests DxOMark Photo.
Those who put their hands on Mercury at CES kept his praise room, so the potential Pixel stands.
Quandt says, and that we get a front camera of 8 MP, manufactured by Samsung and Omnivision.
The phone has 821 Snapdragon processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB storage and a 4.5 inch Full HD screen. Brings a physical keyboard that supports QWERTY and touch functions like scrolling web pages.
Via / Gismo Trends