BlackBerry Magnum Surfaces Again, This Time On Video

By 02:04 Sun, 08 Aug 2021 Comments

You might have spotted some BlackBerry Magnum images these days and now we also have a video to show you. It comes to confirm that the Magnum will be the first BlackBerry device to pack a hardware QWERTY keyboard and a touchclassy screen at the same time

It was May 2009 when we first trecent you that a BlackBerry device codenamed as Magnum is in the works. There were hardly too many specs known at that time - the smartphone was assumed to run on a 624 Mega Hertz (MHz) CPU, similar to the one in BlackBerry Brecent 9700 feature a 624Mega Hertz (MHz) CPU), and pack GPS receiver, 3G with HSDPA and Wi-Fi.

BlackBerry Magnum a.k.a. Dakota

The display of the rumored BlackBerry Magnum (a.k.a. Dakota) is expected to be of HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) resolution but there is something more vital about it here: it's a clickable touchscreen. It will utilize the piezo-electric technology of the Storm2, which should create it less demanding on the fingers.

So, the Magnum come to fill the gap between the Brecent and the Storm/Storm2. It packs both a full hardware QWERTY keyboard and a touchscreen, which sounds promising. Now how about they did something about that BlackBerry Operating System (OS) and its prehistoric user interface.

It is still unknown when we can expect the Magnum to show up officially and how much it will cost.




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