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  1. 3junior's Avatar
    BlackBerry Priv 64-Bit and 4k Video Confirmed

    BlackBerry Priv 64-Bit and 4k Video Confirmed | N4BB
    jope28 likes this.
    10-05-15 08:04 PM
  2. rukdngme's Avatar
    Omg I hope that's all true... Can't wait

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    10-05-15 08:10 PM
  3. DavideaNY's Avatar
    Here some pics if you guys do not want to click the link..


    BlackBerry Priv 64-Bit and 4K Video Confirmed-img_20151005_200759.png

    The test seems to show the 64bit.. I do not know if it is really a "proof" but definitely can be an indication of what CPU the Priv is using



    BlackBerry Priv 64-Bit and 4K Video Confirmed-img_20151005_200807.png


    I am looking forward to use this camera.. probably I will not record that much in 4K any way but it is nice to see it there.. what I really care about is the quality of the pictures..


    BlackBerry Priv 64-Bit and 4K Video Confirmed-img_20151005_200816.png


    Let's hope that BlackBerry Safeguard will keep some android malware away..
    The question here is: what is then the D-Tek icon showed in the official pics from BlackBerry??

    Posted via CB10
    3junior and app_Developer like this.
    10-05-15 08:12 PM
  4. LazyEvul's Avatar
    64-bit and 4K video are pretty much a given on any modern flagship smartphone. Qualcomm has almost entirely phased out 32-bit CPUs, and all of their high-end CPUs support 4K.
    10-05-15 08:15 PM
  5. jope28's Avatar
    If 4Kvideos is true, having the SD-card slot will prove to be a handy and economical choice for the Androidians in our midst lol

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    10-05-15 08:18 PM
  6. thurask's Avatar
    It's been already made known that the Priv runs the Snapdragon 808 (MSM8992), so 64-bit support was a given.
    Xaiux and howarmat like this.
    10-05-15 08:19 PM
  7. Iggy City's Avatar
    64bit? That's lame. BlackBerry behind on specs once again.

    I expected atleast 128bit. So disappointed, thanks Chen.
    10-05-15 08:47 PM
  8. Mike Praba's Avatar
    Iggy, do you want 128 bit? You are funny!

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    10-05-15 08:57 PM
  9. Joao Oliveira's Avatar
    4K is irrelevant on a phone... 4K in a phone is a gimmick to sell phone for the "Spec wh0res". It's like the early megapixel race, but now the consumer started to realise that megapixels won't tell much about camera quality... Now we are in the 4K wich is the same as megapixels, just another name.

    4k is good just to fill your phone huge amounts of data, so that you can't buy the 16 or 32gb model, now you have to buy 64 or 128gb because you want the [useless] 4k.

    What people should want is 4k downscaled to 1080p, wich you will get the same quality and detail, but with files 4x smaller... but yeah, you can't brag about it at the bar, and brag matters the most
    10-05-15 08:59 PM
  10. dvarnai's Avatar
    4K is irrelevant on a phone... 4K in a phone is a gimmick to sell phone for the "Spec wh0res". It's like the early megapixel race, but now the consumer started to realise that megapixels won't tell much about camera quality... Now we are in the 4K wich is the same as megapixels, just another name.

    4k is good just to fill your phone huge amounts of data, so that you can't buy the 16 or 32gb model, now you have to buy 64 or 128gb because you want the [useless] 4k.

    What people should want is 4k downscaled to 1080p, wich you will get the same quality and detail, but with files 4x smaller... but yeah, you can't brag about it at the bar, and brag matters the most
    fyi megapixel is pretty important when it comes to downscaling. thats why the 43mpx nokia was sooo good. the actual picture you got was only 8mpx, but the raw photo was 43mpx with so many data that you could make a very nice 8mpx photo from it
    10-05-15 09:07 PM
  11. Joao Oliveira's Avatar
    fyi megapixel is pretty important when it comes to downscaling. thats why the 43mpx nokia was sooo good. the actual picture you got was only 8mpx, but the raw photo was 43mpx with so many data that you could make a very nice 8mpx photo from it
    Read my last paragraph, I explain exactly that, I totally agree with you. Because even with full professional camera Sony FS700 wich is a 4000$ camera (without any lens or accessories), when you downscale 4k to 1080p there is almost no difference in detail or sharpenss.

    But we all know that phone companys would rather sell you the 4k, because the consumer pays more for it.
    10-05-15 09:17 PM
  12. 00stryder's Avatar
    4K is irrelevant on a phone... 4K in a phone is a gimmick to sell phone for the "Spec wh0res". It's like the early megapixel race, but now the consumer started to realise that megapixels won't tell much about camera quality... Now we are in the 4K wich is the same as megapixels, just another name.

    4k is good just to fill your phone huge amounts of data, so that you can't buy the 16 or 32gb model, now you have to buy 64 or 128gb because you want the [useless] 4k.

    What people should want is 4k downscaled to 1080p, wich you will get the same quality and detail, but with files 4x smaller... but yeah, you can't brag about it at the bar, and brag matters the most
    Hate to be facetious, but BlackBerry has historically only sold one-size internal storage devices, and, if the SD slot is indeed present, it's very likely that the Priv will follow suit. I don't see BlackBerry putting more than 32 gb internally, but that's just my personal opinion.

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    10-05-15 09:40 PM
  13. HaberNik's Avatar
    My God! Finally another leak. I've been going crazy waiting and had just come to the forum to make a new thread demanding a leak already! Thank you!

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    10-05-15 09:53 PM
  14. -Puck-'s Avatar
    4k may be a waste of space if you are playing the videos on the phone or a 1080 screen, but 4k downsampled to 1080p is nowhere near the same quality as native 4k when on a 4k screen or TV.

    I have tested back to back.

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    10-05-15 09:53 PM
  15. DroidBerryGuy's Avatar
    Here some pics if you guys do not want to click the link..


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    The test seems to show the 64bit.. I do not know if it is really a "proof" but definitely can be an indication of what CPU the Priv is using



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    I am looking forward to use this camera.. probably I will not record that much in 4K any way but it is nice to see it there.. what I really care about is the quality of the pictures..


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    Let's hope that BlackBerry Safeguard will keep some android malware away..
    The question here is: what is then the D-Tek icon showed in the official pics from BlackBerry??

    Posted via CB10
    My question is, how will this be different from AVG, Kaspersky and all of the other security suites ON Android. The features look similar.
    10-05-15 10:02 PM
  16. koool1's Avatar
    4k may be a waste of space if you are playing the videos on the phone or a 1080 screen, but 4k downsampled to 1080p is nowhere near the same quality as native 4k when on a 4k screen or TV.

    I have tested back to back.

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    Agree.

    Bragging rights are another plus. ☺

    Posted via CrackBerry App
    10-05-15 10:03 PM
  17. kevets's Avatar
    Good question

    Posted via CB10
    10-05-15 10:07 PM
  18. tmf06's Avatar
    64bit? That's lame. BlackBerry behind on specs once again.

    I expected atleast 128bit. So disappointed, thanks Chen.
    128 bit, 129...whatever it takes

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    10-05-15 10:13 PM
  19. meltbox360's Avatar
    I wanted a 63bit CPU. 64bit is for spec wh0res!! Rabble rabble rabble.

    Posted via CB10
    10-05-15 10:17 PM
  20. DroidBerryGuy's Avatar
    My guess is, Safeguard will offer nearly the same as AVG and the others, but will come on the phone free. I'm not sure what BB could do beyond what these security companies have already done with their suites. Nevertheless, I will gladly make thr switch back to BB.

    As you can see by the screens below, the services looks very similar.
    Attached Thumbnails BlackBerry Priv 64-Bit and 4K Video Confirmed-1444097877100.jpg   BlackBerry Priv 64-Bit and 4K Video Confirmed-1444097886411.jpg  
    NtotheK likes this.
    10-05-15 10:18 PM
  21. ImBerryCurious's Avatar
    Do those apps have app data assessments? I haven't used them in a while so I don't really remember their whole scope. Safeguard seems to be able to tell you exactly what information an app is utilizing.

    Posted via CB10
    10-05-15 10:24 PM
  22. ToniCipriani's Avatar
    OK I'll ask this for a few others...

    Of all the things the guy is opening up, guy is not opening the Hub?
    10-05-15 10:30 PM
  23. HaberNik's Avatar
    Exactly! With thanks. Some leak is better than nothing. I was damn parched.

    Posted via CB10
    10-05-15 10:31 PM
  24. joeldf's Avatar
    Finally, someone took that clear protector film off the screen.

    Posted via CB10
    brian4591, meow_chan and Xaiux like this.
    10-05-15 10:34 PM
  25. 00stryder's Avatar
    OK I'll ask this for a few others...

    Of all the things the guy is opening up, guy is not opening the Hub?
    I'm feeling like a broken record at this point... we're witnessing"controlled leaks." We're only seeing what we're supposed to be seeing at this point, and nothing more. Just enough to keep people talking without revealing the whole shebang.

    Notice how the something different, but nothing too revealing, is leaked each time? Definitely not due to chance. If somebody had the opportunity, they'd let out the floodgates.

    Posted via CB10
    10-05-15 10:45 PM
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