Following the release of the BlackBerry KEYone earlier this year, here comes a new model with the BlackBerry Motion. Essentially this is a full touch-screen version of the KEYone and it is also the first BlackBerry device that comes with water resistance.
BlackBerry is slowly making a comeback. After the questionable PRIV, the company made a hit with the KEYone which, despite its mid-range processor, was generally well received. Now, the company’s got another Android handset that’s ready for primetime, though, it does seem to have more in common with the company’s DTEK50 and DTEK60.
If you love the BlackBerry KEYone but wished it had better specs, here’s some good news for you. The KEYone Black Edition is now available for pre-order in Malaysia. Announced a few weeks ago during IFA 2017, the Black Edition comes with upgraded RAM and storage plus a sleek stealth black paint job.
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If you’re still using a BlackBerry 10 device such as the BlackBerry Classic, Passport, Leap, as well as the BlackBerry Q and Z series, you’re in luck. WhatsApp has extended its support for BlackBerry 10 and even BlackBerry OS7+ users until the end of this year.
The BlackBerry KEYone was open for pre-order in Malaysia since last month. If you’re planning to get one, authorised distributor Brightstar has finally confirmed its availability and you can pick one up before the Raya holidays.
The BlackBerry KEYone is tough when it comes to security. However, in terms of durability, it didn’t fare too well especially when it involves the most crucial component on a smartphone – the display.
Fancy an Android smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard typing experience? The BlackBerry KEYone has finally arrived in Malaysia.
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It’s no secret that BlackBerry doesn’t make smartphones anymore. To think that they were once at the top of the pecking order, it’s kind of upsetting to see how far they’ve fallen. There are many reasons why BlackBerry faltered and a lot of it had to do with their refusal to adapt to the changing tides.
But, what if they did? A new leak reveals that the company very nearly hopped on board the modern smartphone train nearly three years ago.
BlackBerry Messenger (or BBM) has been through many changes over the years, but the most recent one seems to have an overhauled User Interface (UI), making it more fun and user friendly.
BlackBerry has announced a major update for its present and upcoming Android smartphones that would be made downloadable soon. The update is said to improve certain productivity features that could be found pre-loaded in the phones.