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If Anyone’s Interested, The BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition Is Now Available

If anyone’s interested, the BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition, first announced at the Mobile World Congress 2019, is now available in the U.S. The Red Edition, if you don’t already know, is pretty much the original introduced last year with a few tweaks, including the obvious red colorway treatment. This means you will be treated to the iconic BlackBerry physical keyboard, along with BlackBerry Limited’s best security and privacy enhancements. Continue reading If Anyone’s Interested, The BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition Is Now Available

This Is It. It’s The BlackBerry KEY2, An Android Phone With Keyboard In 2018

In case you haven’t heard, BlackBerry is very much alive and it has a new Android device, a follow up to the keyboard-equipped KEYone introduced last June. If you love BlackBerry, you have TCL to thank and if you love keyboard (seriously, who doesn’t, right?), you will dig newly announced KEY2. Before we get into he specs, there are a couple of things you need to know. Firstly, BlackBerry is marketing itself as having the proven smartphone security and secondly, it remains faithful to what it was when it first started out, a robust productivity tool. Continue reading This Is It. It’s The BlackBerry KEY2, An Android Phone With Keyboard In 2018

BlackBerry New Keyboard-less Android Device Breaks Cover In Dubai

Good news, diehard fans of BlackBerry, the revived BlackBerry mobile under TCL has finally revealed its second handset in Dubai. Called BlackBerry Motion, this new device offers a BlackBerry tradition-breaking full touchscreen experience and so, yeah, it has no keyboard. Disappointed? Well, wait till you see the specs… Anywho, like the KEYone, it is, of course, running on Android and in this instance, you are looking at Android 7.1. Specifications begin with a 5.5-inch FHD LCD display, followed by a Snapdragon 625 SoC to take care of the clockwork aided by 4 GB of RAM. Continue reading BlackBerry New Keyboard-less Android Device Breaks Cover In Dubai

BlackBerry KEYone Android Phone Goes On Sale, Priced At $550

It’s alive! Thanks to TCL, BlackBerry mobile is still kicking around and I am not going to lie, its BlackBerry KEYone Android-powered smartphone is looking pretty dope. First of, there’s no question about aesthetics. It is as good looking as a BlackBerry, but I guess the real draw here is Android. Then again, that’s no news. Pack into into the sleek aluminum and soft textured back body is a 4.5-inch 1,620 by 1,080 pixels IPS touch display with scratch resistant property lent to it by a slate of Corning Gorilla Glass 4 and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC featuring an octacore 2.0GHz processor, along side a 64-bit Adreno 506 650 MHz GPU. Continue reading BlackBerry KEYone Android Phone Goes On Sale, Priced At $550

Blackberry Reboots The Iconic QWERTY Design and Called It ‘Classic’

No. Your eyes are not playing tricks on you and neither is this post bumped up from the archive. This is latest smartphone from the Ontario-based handset maker and it is called, well, Blackberry Classic. We have absolutely why Blackberry (formerly Research in Motion or RIM) choose to reboot the classic design. Oh, actually we might. According to the official press release, this ‘new device’ is a response to “custom demands for a familiar design merged with the security and speed of Blackberry 10..” and it went on to say how it is superior than the Blackberry Bold 9900, including three times faster browsing, 60 percent more screen space, 50 precent longer battery life and finally, more applications available through Blackberry World and Amazon Appstore. Continue reading Blackberry Reboots The Iconic QWERTY Design and Called It ‘Classic’

BlackBerry Passport Has 4.5″ Square HD Display, Boasts Innovative Dual-control Keyboard

Motorola Flipout, Compulab Exeda, Nokia 3650 and Nokia 7600 were examples of handsets that does not conform to the norm of design, i.e. they have form factors that are pretty much out of this world, but how did they fared? obviously, those designs didn’t go down very well with consumers and despite that, Blackberry went ahead and took a stab on the status quo of handset design with its latest, and if we may say, the boldest handset design with a passport-size phone called Blackberry Passport. on side note, Blackberry is not about to give up on equipping mobile professionals with, in their own words, “tools that make them more productive.” so how will a large handset with an unusual square touch display help in their endeavors? Continue reading BlackBerry Passport Has 4.5″ Square HD Display, Boasts Innovative Dual-control Keyboard

Porsche Design P’9983 from BlackBerry Has a Pretty Aesthetic to Make Up for ‘Decent Specs’

Blackberry is actually a pretty capable smartphone, but unfortunately, it fails to catch up with time and most importantly, it can’t catch up with the changing consumer tastes. in any case, that hasn’t stop the continual collaboration between design house Porsche Design and Blackberry, and so yes, the two outfits have turn out yet another Blackberry handset, this time it is called the P’9983. the styling does not stray too far away from the previous offering, but that’s how we like it anyways. it features a clean, squarish aesthetic, on which you will find a 3.1-inch HD touchscreen display and a QWERTY keyboard with an added exquisiteness provided by the specially crafted glass-like keys. don’t sneer at the physical keyboard though. not everyone is enamored by idea of virtual keyboard. if you really have tons of emailing to do on-the-go, physical keyboard is probably rational way to go, albeit at the expense of smaller screen real estate. Continue reading Porsche Design P’9983 from BlackBerry Has a Pretty Aesthetic to Make Up for ‘Decent Specs’

Porsche Design P’9982 BlackBerry

by now, everyone knows where BlackBerry stands in the smartphone market and we would imagine many individuals and companies would already steer clear of the ailing fruit. after all, there is nothing Blackberry can do that a regular smartphone can’t. however, if you are undaunted and still love BlackBerry 10 OS wholeheartedly, then you might as well get one that’s on the top of the food chain and that’s the Porsche Design P’9982 BlackBerry. not to be confused with the P’9981 two years ago (and more recently, the Gold rendition), the P’9882 is essentially the Z10 running on a customized version of the BlackBerry 10.2 OS and of course, a luxe up aesthetic by the way of satin finished stainless steel frame, hand-wrapped in genuine Italian leather. btw, the latter is croc’s leather that we are talking about. Continue reading Porsche Design P’9982 BlackBerry

Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry Gold

if you don’t mind an “aged OS”, the Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry Gold might be a good fit for those seeking a perfect balance between three things: opulence, functionality, and design. the Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry Gold is essentially the Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry introduced back in 2011 coated in a luxurious layer of 24-carat gold. complementing the blinged front is a back clad in leather and a solid gold block with the handset number engraved on it. speaking of handset number, the Gold edition is even more exclusive with just 25 units to go around, and hence the numbering. beneath the thin layer of gold is a stainless steel construction with titanium coating. Continue reading Porsche Design P’9981 BlackBerry Gold

BlackBerry Q5 QWERTY Smartphone

is the ‘serious’ look of a Blackberry device stopping you from picking one up? then you might be interested to know that Blackberry is not all about suit and tie, the new Blackberry Q5 QWERTY Smartphone proves that point. geared towards “youthful fans that are passionate, confident and bold”, the Q5 features both the Canadian firm’s signature QWERTY keyboard and a 3.1″ touchscreen. specifics such as resolution aren’t available, in fact, what goes under the hood is pretty much shrouded at this point. slated to be available this July to select markets in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Latin America, the new Q5 is powered by Blackberry 10 operating system and features Blackberry Time Shift mode and Story Maker for creating “picture perfect” shots (so it does have camera) and weaving them into a movie, complete with music. Continue reading BlackBerry Q5 QWERTY Smartphone