BlackBerry’s timely shift to Android is yielding many excellent smartphones. Among these is the BlackBerry Aurora who duly made its appearance in March 2017 with a starting price of 30,000 rupees.
Nothing spectacular about the design and but we liked the display
The smartphone features an all polycarbonate build with a rather plain design. Above that sits a large 5.5 inches IPS LCD display with 720p resolution. Good enough? Most probably yes.
Pleased with the cameras
With a 13 megapixel primary sensor and an 8 megapixel selfie one who wouldn’t?
Now this is where things get serious
The Aurora is powered by quad-core processor with 4 gigs of RAM. That’s sufficient power to run the built-in Android Nougat with 32 gigs of internal storage being excellent news as well. Expandable internal storage and a 3000 mAh battery bring further music to the ears.