AnonD-697323, 04 Sep 2017can they just remove the keyboard already and make it simply a whole touchscreen?i think were ... moreWell that would remove the only real ace they hold. They are the last one standing selling phablets with keyboards. But as you can see in other news, Blackberry Mobile (TCL) are actually expected to release a touch-only phablet in October: http://www.gsmarena.com/x-news-26988.php
But as this is a HIGHLY populated market, this will only be interesting for the VERY small segment of potential buyers that believe that the Android security enhancements by BlackBerry (the original BlackBerry, not TCL) is a decisive factor to choose this device over the VAST number of competitors....
Eske Rahn, 02 Sep 2017Here a more detailed story on the three black variants:
https://crackberry.com/black-edition-... morecan they just remove the keyboard already and make it simply a whole touchscreen?i think were in touch generation.
Here a more detailed story on the three black variants:
How come no flagship have this material anymore. Every flaghship back panel is already glass which does not look good once you touch it. It is also slippery. With these reasons, you'll have to cover it anyway with a case.
Note this is NOT the same black version as neither India nor the rest of the world gets, there are now THREE different black KEYᵒⁿᵉ
Will never get updates outside of the AT&T network.
Those on the AT&T network will probably get updates 45-90 days after everybody else, and will probably not see Oreo.