BlackBerry’s current market share may be in the black, but don’t count the legendary smartphone maker out just yet. Good old big B may very well have something up their sleeves, the company is set to give BlackBerry OS the farewell it deserves later this year when it will launch the final device to run the operating system, the device in question will be the BlackBerry 9720 (Samoa).
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The upcoming BlackBerry OS7 powered smartphone, is supposedly set to replace the BlackBerry Curve 9320 which is currently the company’s lowest end smartphone. According to recent leaks of the device, the BlackBerry 9720 features a 480 x 360 pixel display, other than that it’s as mysterious as they come, at least on the inside. The BlackBerry 9720 has leaked once again, this time in an official press render obtained by EVLeaks, showing off both the front and rear of the device and once again confirming that the device will feature the same design as the BlackBerry Q5, the current entry level BlackBerry 10 offering.
The BlackBerry 9720, codenamed Samoa internally, is set to launch later this year alongside the company’s next flagship, the BlackBerry A10.