I am a frequent Balkibord BlackBerry devices. The reason is because the device is a practical and classic and be distinctive and unique device. I liked this device actually, and I hope to be released in this way because it is more than wonderful.
Let's hope it's priced as low as possible and TCL and BlackBerry spend some money advertising this device and the DTEK50 and DTEK60.
Maybe Trump should be sent the Mercury and DTEK60 and hope he likes one of them?
Well, the new BlackBerry Mercury (code named) is really giving fresh look and tempting (I 100% agree with your statement) to grab when it's launched for sure.
I'm a core BlackBerry lover, still holding my BlackBerry Classic with me though using S7 now.
Coming to BlackBerry Mercury, if they maintain all the key standards with cutting edge tech. specs to out beat then I'm positive BlackBerry Mercury will be hit to kill Samsung & Apple.
Old wine in new bottle - BlackBerry and Nokia, both are earlier mobile business leaders across globe and ready to retain their respective positions if all GO fine.....
ALL the very best to BlackBerry and Nokia to shake the roots of Samsung & Apple, and others too.....
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2017Not interested in any of the Blackberry QWERTY phones - that market is not big enough to susta... moreTrue dear....
BlackBerry should hold there market without QWERTY phones and keeping their premium BlackBerry OS and Flagship Specs upfront
Can't wait for this handset... So many people with their negative views when there is a company trying to do things differently... show suport or stay quiet
I like the look of this handset more and more I see it might be tempted to buy it, as I used to be a hardcore BB user a few years ago, what I like is the qwerty keypad design brings a refreshing change to the boring smartphones out now.
The android UI isn't aging well. It looks like it was developed 10 years ago and hasn't changed one bit
Hope they'll name it mercury. just like awesome names of past. not DTEK
Tomason, 10 Feb 2017It's a dead company that gave its soul to the cheap Chinese.so what's wrong with a cheap Chinese?
maybe you don't know that iPhones are made by Chinese cheaply but sold expensively. Sounds familiar?
Not interested in any of the Blackberry QWERTY phones - that market is not big enough to sustain the company.
Not interested in any Blackberry Android non-QWERTY phones - Other manufactures produce better phones at more reasonable prices.
John Chen is killing this company. He's now pulling the last trick out of his sleeve by going cheap on manufacturing (he's already let go most of the engineers, designers and R&D staff). Nowhere else for him to cut.
His best shot for survival is to make Non-QWERTY phones with Blackberry OS and flagship-killer specs, allowing the company to charge a premium for that phone.
Competing with all the other Chinese phones with mid-tier specs at flagship prices is a doomed strategy.
Wow those days.. We friends use to aspire for a blackberry .. but now the company lost it.. and ya made in China remark is becoming obsolete n foolish with time
Everyone hates me, 11 Feb 2017And I thought people would've noticed the hiddeb meaning in the title "Back in Black..."Illuminati? sell the wicked souls to black again?
And I thought people would've noticed the hiddeb meaning in the title "Back in Black..."
Anonymous, 11 Feb 2017doesn't exist. a figment of literaturebut sarcasm does bruh. :D