The Next BlackBerry Smartphone Would Be a High-End Android, Also Manufactured by TCL

The BlackBerry in 2016 is very clear, opting for terminals with Android and manufactured by third-party companies, leaving behind the own manufacture and its own operating system. On the horizon they have come to see up to three devices candidates joined the catalogue of the Canadian brand, but at the moment only has unveiled the BlackBerry DTEK 50, a custom Alcatel Idol 4.

And after that terminal presented in the month of July, it seems that BlackBerry will not close the year with a single launch. The next release could be the rumored BlackBerry Argon, which would receive the name of BlackBerry DTEK 60. We would talk in this case of a high-end terminal, with a processor to height or something not seen so far in any BlackBerry, a fingerprint reader.

BlackBerry goes at their own pace. By 2015 just unveiled three, its first Android devices included, and in 2016 have been limited to launch a phone that have spoken exclusively in software, since hardware TCL-Alcatel has put it. And it seems that with Argon or DTEK60 more of the same could occur.

The DTEK60 would be clearly superior to the DTEK50, with a 5.5 inch screen with resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with eight cores, 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal memory, 21 and 8 megapixel cameras or fingerprint reader. Specifications at the height of the best phones on the market, although they correspond to the TCL 950, the manufacturers using the Alcatel brand.

Take a terminal manufactured by a third party and put your software seems insufficient to Excel in a competitive market

Therefore, with the BlackBerry DTEK 60 Canadian brand could attack the high-end, although simply renaming a handset manufactured by others and putting their dose of software. It seems inadequate to BlackBerry trace their sales. We have to wait to know whether data that is allowed to see for a few minutes in the same web of BlackBerry are certain, but It seems that something more should done to highlight in a competitive market.