AnonD-392500, 26 Oct 2017It is a surprise to see blackberry still don't bankrupt.Well, they have a corner to the market all to themselves.
The Keyone has been quite successful, I don't see Blackberry going downhill any time soon.
Cant wait to get one with Kangaroo leather casing with a free boomerang to boot
AnonD-392500, 26 Oct 2017It is a surprise to see blackberry still don't bankrupt.It's not at all surprising to see that your comment directly correlating with your general knowledge : )
AdamBoy64, 26 Oct 2017This is great news. Would love to have seen it come to a carrier, but I guess I'll just have t... moreIn the UK a recent reality TV show had a unit within a Police force it members all using the KeyOne phone,
This is clearly a procurement decision, so a business 'bulk' purchase and not a individual purchase.
I have no idea what phone models were used by this unit before the program aired, also I see beat cops with all variety of phones, I just assume that only certain models would be on the approved list so somehow an officer claims back any calls used for police business
The KeyOne is an elongated handset due to the keyboard, but having used the Z10 (no keyboard) tying on the Z10 is easily the best handset I have used, so personally given what Blackberry has done using touch screen, keyboard phones may be a thing of the past
Imperator Neubaticus, 26 Oct 2017There are still plenty of people who prefer a physical keyboard. If i'd need a secondary phone... moreIf there were plenty of ppl want QWERTY phone, BB would not go bankrupt. Fact is BB only manage to sell less than 500,000 phone in a quarter, out of 500,000,000 sold.
So. 0.1% buy BB phone (QWERTY & touchscreen)
This is great news. Would love to have seen it come to a carrier, but I guess I'll just have to find a way to cough up $899 for it.
Anonymous, 26 Oct 2017I don't think anyone want QWERTY phone anymore.There are still plenty of people who prefer a physical keyboard. If i'd need a secondary phone a bb would be a great choice.
Anonymous, 26 Oct 2017I don't think anyone want QWERTY phone anymore.It's aimed at the enterprise users, not the daily average consumer. They appreciate the physical keyboard and the long lasting battery.