BlackBerry and Amazon join hands for Android Apps

BlackBerry and Amazon partnership can bring big difference in the smartphone market.

Android apps are running on BlackBerry 10 OS for quite a sometime and this is not a new thing for the users. But now the BlackBerry users can run Amazon apps on their phone. Because with the arrival of the BlackBerry Classic smartphone, now BlackBerry has joined hands with the Amazon App Store. The new BlackBerry Classic will run BlackBerry 10 OS 10.3.1, Amazon Appstore, and an Android runtime .

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With this achievement, Now more Android apps can be enjoyed on BlackBerry more than ever With the Amazon Appstore on the BlackBerry Classic. BlackBerry users now can enjoy at least Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean because the BlackBerry’s 3.5-inch display is too small to run apps and games.

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This is a good thing that Amazon and BlackBerry are partnering together to make the classic smartphone a better device for the users. It is a first Step and there are some limitations as well that is why we cannot expect too much from it but we should appreciate and welcome this step by the two companies.

Now looking at some features of BlackBerry Classic which will be running BlackBerry 10 OS 10.3.1. having a screen of 3.5-inch display, a memory of 2GB of RAM, 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor , a microSD card slot and 16GB built-in storage. We hope a lot of BlackBerry users would be very happy and would be glad after this news and would be waiting for BlackBerry 10 OS 10.3.1 to come.

This partnership is an effort of Amazon and BlackBerry to bring more Android goodness to the platform and give the users something to cheer about.

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