Alas, the new BlackBerry Ghost has very little in common with the original BlackBerry design on 146% of normal, and is the traditional bar, which the market dozens.
Latest numbers from IDC reveal BlackBerry sold a total of 850,000 smartphone units in 2017 - a notion two senior executives from BlackBerry/TCL affirm leave them "with a feeling of mission accomplished". The next step was to have the KeyOne in as many direct sales channels as possible, which is the main reason for the perceived success of the handset. As of now, the exact launch timeline of the upcoming BlackBerry Ghost has not been specified, however we can expect the premium smartphone launch in the next few months. It licensed out other companies to makes BlackBerry branded smartphones.
The UAE is one of the top 10 markets globally for the BlackBerry brand, Mr Mahieu said, with the KeyOne accounting for 2-3 per cent of sales in what he described as the country's "premium" smartphone market in 2017.
In the year 2016, Blackberry had stopped designing and manufacturing their own smartphones and began licensing the brand out to others, out of which was TCL. The image does not reveal much except that BlackBerry "Ghost" could feature a bezel-less display with 18:9 aspect ratio. The BlackBerry Ghost appears to have a "bezel-less" design that's in keeping with the current smartphone trend.More news: Saudi Arabia Won't Substantially Raise Output if Agreement Isn't Extended
"In terms of establishing BlackBerry and KEYone over the past year".
BlackBerry is reportedly working on a slew of products for 2018.
KitGuru Says: BlackBerry Mobile is certainly a company that knows how to survive. And, the total market of premium phones was 320 million units past year.
It's not that BlackBerry Mobile is delusional or trying to be misleading.