The BlackBerry Motion, which ditches the hardware keyboard and sticks with a large touchscreen, debuted in India earlier this year, but it is now on its way to North America.
BlackBerry is in talks with various smartphone makers from across the globe to license its own take on a secure version of Android to them. Dubbed BlackBerry Secure, the OS will feature all the security related features that we have seen in smartphones from BlackBerry so far.
Sprint launched the BlackBerry KEYone in the United States, as far as wireless carrier support goes, not too long ago. And now AT&T is getting in on the fun.
Sprint has officially announced that the newest BlackBerry-branded smartphone will launch on the Now Network this week.
We’ve known that the BlackBerry KEYone, which features a physical keyboard and Android, would go on sale in the United States (and Canada) beginning May 31 since the end of April.
In February of this year, BlackBerry detailed its latest physical keyboard-equipped smartphone, the KEYone, with expectations that the handset would launch in April.
Ahead of Mobile World Congress, TCL officially announced the BlackBerry KEYone, a new Android handset with the BlackBerry logo emblazoned on its case.
BlackBerry ‘Mercury’ Goes Official as KEYone; Pairs Premium Build Quality and Pixel Camera with Mid-Range Specs
BlackBerry today officially unveiled the BlackBerry ‘Mercury’. The handset will be formally known as the BlackBerry KEYone and was first showcased by the company at CES.
While a variety of different companies have events planned for February 26, one day ahead of the start of Mobile World Congress, BlackBerry is looking to get ahead of the curve.
BlackBerry (Alcatel, really) announced its newest Android smartphone at CES 2017 today: the Mercury. Weirdly, BlackBerry’s announcement was very short on details. The company did not unveil the full specs, release date, or the price of the handset. In fact, Mercury is not even the final name of the handset.