I’m not a business user, but the BlackBerry KEYOne is enticing

I’m not a business user, but the BlackBerry KEYOne is enticing

In the past year, I have been using both Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, both of them are pretty good. They both have great specs, performance, and visually appealing designs (although I do have my qualms about the glass back and edged display). My experience has been satisfying enough that I have no intentions of…

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The BlackBerry name and its first device were introduced 18-years ago today

As long as we celebrated the tenth anniversary of the unveiling of the Apple iPhone on January 9th, we should celebrate today the 18th anniversary of the first BlackBerry device. It was on January 19th, 1999 when a relatively unknown company called Research In Motion introduced the BlackBerry name for a line of devices that…

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BlackBerry shares quick look of the BlackBerry Mercury with MWC teaser

BlackBerry Mercury teaser for MWC It is no surprise by now that the last in-house designed BlackBerry will be officially unveiled at MWC in Barcelona next month. Code named the ‘BlackBerry Mercury,’ this phone will feature a physical QWERTY keyboard (better than the one on the BlackBerry Priv) and the first fingerprint scanner ever to…

New BlackBerry smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 CPU coming soon?
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New BlackBerry smartphone with Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 CPU coming soon?

We’re definitely going to see the Mercury next month at Mobile World Congress (MWC) since BlackBerry said so. However, that might not be the only BlackBerry-branded smartphone that will be announced in the coming weeks. News about another BlackBerry smartphone that could be build by PT BB Merah Putih surfaced last week. The device goes…

BlackBerry Mercury: All you need to know
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BlackBerry Mercury: All you need to know

After ditching its proprietary OS for Android, BlackBerry has released only one smartphone featuring the brand’s staple physical keyboard – the BlackBerry Priv which launched in 2015 to a resounding ‘meh’. Now, in partnership with Chinese manufacturer TCL, another Android handset bearing the BlackBerry name and featuring a QWERTY keyboard is poised to hit the…

BlackBerry Mercury stars on TV’s Last Man Standing
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BlackBerry Mercury stars on TV’s Last Man Standing

The BlackBerry Mercury has not been officially announced. Heck, it probably won’t even be called the Mercury when it is launched. But that didn’t stop the phone from making a television appearance on ABC’s Last Man Standing, starring Tim Allen. This will be the last handset designed in-house by BlackBerry, and has a few features…

BlackBerry signs license agreement to bring its smartphones to one of world’s biggest markets
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BlackBerry signs license agreement to bring its smartphones to one of world’s biggest markets

BlackBerry DTEK60 BlackBerry continues to ink strategic partnerships with various companies after exiting the smartphone industry. The Canadian corporation has signed license agreements with TCL Communication and BB Merah Putih for the design, manufacture, and sale of BlackBerry smartphones in various regions. Today, BlackBerry announced another licensing deal meant to bring its smartphones to nearly…

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BlackBerry ‘Mercury’ to be unveiled February 25th, according to teaser

Teaser reveals that the BlackBerry Mercury will be unveiled in Barcelona on February 25th We now know the date and time when BlackBerry is going to introduce the BlackBerry Mercury, according to a teaser that allegedly came from the company. Actually, the teaser itself looks legit especially because the BlackBerry Mercury name was not mentioned…

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BlackBerry ‘Mercury’ to sport the same camera sensors as the Google Pixel and Pixel XL?

Next month, the BlackBerry ‘Mercury’ will not only get unveiled at MWC, it will get its real name. And we will also be told all about the specs that will be found on the last phone to be designed in-house by BlackBerry. We do know that the handset will feature a physical QWERTY keyboard, which…