2017, what smartphones have you given us so far?

2017, what smartphones have you given us so far?

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After the return of BlackBerry with the Priv, which was launched in 2016, this year we got another taste of what BlackBerry can still do with the BlackBerry KeyOne. It looks like BlackBerry is still holding on to its identity and the productivity that comes with a full physical keyboard. A 4.5-inch display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 microprocessor aren’t the highest level specs you might find in a device focused on the premium business market, but they’re features that add some definite value to the device like reduced consumption and together with a 3505 mAh battery, the KeyOne lasts 9 hours and 25 minutes in the PCMark test from 100% to 20%. With intense daily use, this could mean up to a day and a half without having to plug it in.
BlackBerry KeyOne with its physical keyboard. / © AndroidPIT
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HTC has been dealing with a pretty rough situation lately, and although it’s been able to overcome it, it has had to completely overhaul its design due to the amount of criticism that befell its devices in 2016. The HTC U Ultra comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, a 5.7-inch display with QHD resolution and an additional 2-inch display for notifications, all powered by a 3000 mAh battery. Keeping in mind that it was launched in January 2017, the older processor model can be forgiven, but the LCD display and 3000 mAh battery may not be enough for this device to keep its head above water. HTC’s smaller flagship of 2017, the HTC U11 was launched in May. Although

Article originally published at: Droid Life