• The BlackBerry Kopi Shows Up On A Busy Day


    Well, it was certainly a busy day and with all of the news going to the sale of BlackBerry to Fairfax, a bit of news about a possible low end BlackBerry device sort of got pushed under the rug. Images of a new device, named "Kopi", that may be released in emerging markets, showed up to get it's day in front of the lens.

    It looks a bit like the Q5 but more like the Q5's not so attractive sister. It is rumored that it will not have LTE capability but have a faster processor than the Q5. To see more pictures of the "Kopi", you can click here.

    So, what do you think? Is this one of the phones that will see it's way to consumers or is it destined to the scrap heap? Let us know in the comments below.

    Source: BGR


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