BlackBerry is anticipated to make a splash at Mobile World Congress 2017, as we are expecting to see the supposed BlackBerry Mercury. But, that may not be the main gadget revealed at BlackBerry’s conference, which is planned for February 25th.

A couple of weeks ago, an unannounced BlackBerry handset with the model number BBC100-1 was spotted on Indonesian e-Certification database POSTEL’s site. In those days, very little was known about the handset, with the exception of that it being the first gadget to be created by PT BB Merah Putih. More data on the handset has surfaced online, thanks to Roland Quandt from

blackberry dtek50 A tweet unveils the specs for the new Blackberry BBC100 1


The gadget’s spec sheet has been spilled on account of @rquandt, and shares data for the BBC100-1. This gadget is not the BlackBerry Mercury, as the model number for the coming flagship is “BBB100”. The gadget is assumed to release in Indonesia at some point this year, and will include the following:

  • 5.5-inch 720p Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 Processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 32GB Capacity
  • 8MP Front-facing Camera
  • 13MP Back Camera
  • 3,000mAh Battery

Blackberry A tweet unveils the specs for the new Blackberry BBC100 1


There was some perplexity about whether these specs would be in the organization’s new flagship, yet that has been quashed by Quandt. Truth be told, it was uncovered that the BBC100-1 won’t be made by TCL, however rather will be produced by a “local joint venture”.

blackberry phone logo A tweet unveils the specs for the new Blackberry BBC100 1


Directed at developing markets, the cell phone will provide Dual-SIM service, making it the first BlackBerry cell phone to do this. All the cell phones released by BlackBerry so far have just offered a solitary SIM card slot. While it may not sound exceptionally noteworthy on a flagship handset with a Quad HD resolution display, it ought to have the capacity to deliver incredible battery stamina on the BBC100-1. There is no information on the operating system, yet since it is a lower-end gadget, we wouldn’t be astonished if it releases with Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS out of the package. It will obviously be stacked with BlackBerry’s suite of enterprise services and elements, with a small amount of Android skin running on top.

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