Blackberry still has tons of bugs to iron out. The Key2 review by Matthew Moniz is not positive. Among other things, there is a distortion while pausing the song, and the Bluetooth disconnects when you put the phone in pocket. There is a distortion when the phone rings too !
Here is the link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PomnxtEe1mo
Blackberry should come back with flip blackberry style 9670 with gsm and it should have 4g connectivity wifi and whatsapp
If they bezeless like iphone x and features like s9 it will definitely take 4th place coz samsung,iphone n google r doing great
Blackberry Motion didn't reach India and few are still waiting for it. This new leak looks really interesting and i hope it reaches the market soon with good spec and price tag.
Prive waa good built quality but service update once so RIM seems always have draw back
The news article here states that the chipset is unidentified. I went to YouTube.com and watched a video about this model ( after I read about this model here) and it claimed that the BlackBerry Ghost will come with a Snapdragon 625. Whether or not the commentary in the video about the phone's system on a chip is accurate is not known. However, I feel it's plausible, if only because all phones that Blackberry has released post Priv has used Snapdragon 600 series SoC I believe.
Devil, 26 Feb 2018Crap from Blackberry. Why didn't they stick with Alcatel partnership? Bad decision. They do have their partnership with TCL/Alcatel, but India has regulations for certain companies. For them to release the KEYone in India, they had to go with Optiemus, which gave us the Black Edition. The KEYone Black Edition was made Optiemus, not TCL/Alcatel. The regular KEYone and the Motion are made bye TCL/Alcatel. The partnership is still there
With premium price around 1Lac with no further support!
Last year, BB KeyOne Black edition was launched for 40K. Still waiting for Oreo update on that!
Why India? Why not Canada?? And it's unbelievable to think that I only live a couple of kilometers away from BlackBerry HQ, yet I don't feel a single presence of them in the Canadian smartphone market.