The upcoming flagship of BlackBerry, the Blackberry Mercury is expected to be one of the most popular mobile devices next year, not only because of the specs and features that it could wear but also because it would represent the return of a brand whose popularity was extremely high not so long ago. Fortunately for its lovers, rumors suggest that this flagship might be unveiled in the U.S. by Verizon Wireless.
The BlackBery Mercury Would Probably Hit Shelves In 2017 First Quarter
According to Tech Times, Roland Quandt, who usually reports reliable information about smartphones, explained that the BlackBerry Mercury would wear the BBB100 model number and it´s not totally clear if the mobile device will be exclusively offered by Verizon, although it´s quite possible that this company ends up bragging rights on this flagship. Although it´s not known when this smartphone could hit shelves, many expect that this could happen in the first half of 2017.
The BlackBerry Mercury will probably be released at the CES 2017 that will be held in Las Vegas next month and is expected to come with the company´s iconic physical QWERTY keyboard unlike the latest device, which represents an interesting move from the company to maintain loyalty among its fans.
The BlackBerry Mercury Is Expected To Be A Mid-Range Mobile Device
As reported by Phone Arena, is quite possible that the BlackBerry Mercury will be offered unlocked, which could be a move that will make customers enjoy its comfort and convenience unlike many other smartphones in the market. Also, this mobile device could be Verizon´s second Android-based BlackBerry, since the company is currently selling the Priv model.
As rumors suggest, the BlackBerry Mercury will probably come with a 4.5-inch screen, the physical QWERTY keyboard, a fingerprint scanner that would be integrated on the space bar, a 3400 mAh battery, an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage space. Also, the BlackBerry Mercury is expected to be a quite affordable phone.