BlackBerry has surrendered with BlackBerry 10, we will see whether temporarily or permanently, but that does not prevent them to continue presenting terminals with Android, as already announced some time ago. One of its future devices, which has received the name of BlackBerry Hamburg behind the scenes, is slowly leaving tracks of its interior and now we see it passing through the FCC confirming your manufacturer.

It was rumored that it would be TCL, current owner of Alcatel, responsible for building the next device of the Canadian firm and documents leaked from the FCC, the certifying body, thus testify it. So much so that there are those who say that this new BlackBerry Hamburg will be a slightly modified version of the Alcatel Idol 4, but let’s see something inside.

It would thus be the BlackBerry Hamburg

For the future BlackBerry smartphone we would have chosen a 5.2-inch display, a panel IPS LCD with FullHD resolution and that it would leave us 424 pixels-per-inch density. The processor would be different to the Idol 4 of Alcatel, because it would be an eight-core Snapdragon 615 1, 5 GHz instead of the Snapdragon 617 of the iDol.

We also have some clues about the memories as a result of serious leaks. We would be talking of 3GB of RAM, possibly LPDDR4, and 16 GB of storage internal that we assume would be expandable with a microSD. It would have mounted two cameras, a 13 megapixel rear and a front of 8 Megapixels which have not transcended portfolios.

We said it would be a terminal with Android and have been hearing of Marshmallow, so everything suggests that it would mount Android 6.0.1, although no one knows nothing 7.0 Android Nougat at the moment, although it would not be disposable depending on when it is submitted and when it goes on sale.

Everything points, and this is something that may disappoint some users of BlackBerry, to would have no physical keyboard. Furthermore, expected is a competitive device in price and the rest of its specifications, something that surely know soon, perhaps next week in the BlackBerry Security Submit call John Chen, CEO of the company that.