The new Blackberry smartphone aims to redesign convenience, with the robust Blackberry foundation. It comes with a smarter keyboard with several customisable shortcuts, good battery life, and is secured with Blackberry's security software.
#Fully Android- 7.1 Nougat
#4.5” scratch-resistant display- 1620 x 1080 IPS LCD
#Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 Octa-Core 2.0 GHz, 64-bit Adreno 506, 650MHz GPU
#8MP front camera with flash; 84˚ wide angle/field, Light-up LCD Flash; Wide Selfie Mode.
#12MP auto-focus large pixel rear camera; 4K video recording at 30 fps; Phase Detect Auto Focus; Dual Tone LED Flash; 4x digital zoom
#BlackBerry Security software
#Size(inches): 5.8 * 2.8 * 0.37
# Battery: 3505 mAh (typical) 4.4V non-removable Lithium Ion battery QC3.0
As the technology industry’s elite struggle to agree on the potential impact of AI and a raft of people queuing up to advise on the potential disruption it will cause, this article by John Curtis-Oliver, Partner at Boyden studies the potential impact on the executive hiring and the executive search industry.
The news comes just a few days after the release of Saudi businessman Waleed al-Ibrahim, who has management control of MBC. Reuters reports senior Saudi officials saying that Ibrahim agreed to an “undisclosed settlement after admitting to unspecified violations”.
Over time, telecom operators will provide consumers with a “universal connectivity” service (to rule them all), incorporating Wi-Fi and mobile broadband as a single resource, in an “always best connected” mode, leading to an ultraband connectivity service.