BlackBerry has yet another keyboard cell phone up its sleeve

Immediately after launching the DTEK50 in August, otherwise often called its final "official gadget," former cellphone maker BlackBerry said it is going to switch gears to totally focus on safety and computer software.

It will eventually license its identify, nevertheless, to ensure other businesses can develop and sell phones beneath its brand, according to Bloomberg (in truth, the DTEK50 itself was created by Alcatel). Also, BlackBerry CEO John Chen stated that in keeping with this technique, a "BlackBerry" phone that has a keyboard will launch.

However no further specifics had been offered, this really should be very good information to BlackBerry supporters. In its heydey, the company's handsets had been regarded for two items: its safe computer software and its bodily QWERTY keyboards, which manufactured typing less difficult and much more relaxed.

The final keyboard-cladded telephone was the Priv, launched back in November 2015. The device was also BlackBerry's first foray into Google's Android operating process. According to 1 AT&T executive, however, the Priv struggled with sales, due to BlackBerry loyalists who found the transition to Android difficult.

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