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Although BlackBerry adopted Android for its latest flagship smartphone, the company isn't planning to ditch its homegrown BlackBerry 10 OS just yet, and will be rolling out an update this year.
If you are excited about the upcoming Passport smartphone from BlackBerry that features a real keyboard, then you may also be excited to know that it will also support 4K video recording.
BlackBerry CEO, John Chen showed off the company's upcoming smartphones, the Classic and the Passport featuring full keyboards, during a Q&A session after the company's earnings report today.