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BlackBerry ‘Mercury’ Goes Official as KEYone; Pairs Premium Build Quality and Pixel Camera with Mid-Range Specs

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.

BlackBerry Mercury Teased for MWC Event on February 25

BlackBerry Mercury Teased for MWC Event on February 25

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.

TCL Officially Announces a New BlackBerry Phone With Hardware Keyboard

TCL Officially Announces a New BlackBerry Phone With Hardware Keyboard

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.

TCL Will Manufacture and Sell BlackBerry Devices From Now on

TCL Will Manufacture and Sell BlackBerry Devices From Now on

Back in September, it was reported that BlackBerry had essentially called it quits on manufacturing smartphones.

New BlackBerry Android Device With Physical Keyboard Leaks

New BlackBerry Android Device With Physical Keyboard Leaks

BlackBerry‘s CEO, John Chen, has already confirmed the company will continue to launch smartphones with physical keyboards, so seeing one in the wild isn’t too surprising.

BlackBerry DTEK60 Is the Company’s Most Powerful Smartphone Ever

BlackBerry DTEK60 Is the Company’s Most Powerful Smartphone Ever

BlackBerry today announced its third Android smartphone, the DTEK60. Successor to the DTEK50, the DTEK60 packs significantly higher specs than it along with a price tag to match. Based on the reference design from TCL, the DTEK60 looks very similar to Alcatel’s Idol 4S.

BlackBerry DTEK60 Leaks Out in New Image

BlackBerry DTEK60 Leaks Out in New Image

BlackBerry launched the TCL-manufactured DTEK50 earlier this year, and apparently there’s another handset coming down the pike that shares some similarities.

BlackBerry to Stop Making Smartphones; Outsources It to Partners

BlackBerry to Stop Making Smartphones; Outsources It to Partners

BlackBerry, the Canadian company once known as RIM (Research In Motion) and for its enterprise-oriented phones, has announced that it will stop developing smartphones in-house. While the company will not be spending any more money on internally developing a smartphone, it will continue to sell phones under its brand with the help of third-party partners.

BlackBerry First OEM to Patch QuadRooter Vulnerability, But It Hardly Matters

BlackBerry First OEM to Patch QuadRooter Vulnerability, But It Hardly Matters

BlackBerry today announced that it has become the first Android OEM to patch the QuadRooter vulnerability that affects millions of Android devices out there. The Canadian company mentions in its review that it has already fixed three of the four QuadRooter vulnerabilities with the August security patch for the Priv and DTEK50.

BlackBerry Brings the BlackBerry Experience to All Android 6.0+ Devices

BlackBerry Brings the BlackBerry Experience to All Android 6.0+ Devices

BlackBerry today announced that it is making its productivity suite of applications, the BlackBerry Hub+ from BlackBerry 10, to all Android devices running Marshmallow or higher.