ADistantFan, 10 Apr 2018Please please don’t overprice it Blackberry. You have a winner if you play this one right.
Pl... moreI didnt think you read this article properly.
This article is about blackberry not xiaomi.
I gets your point but a snapdragon 660 in ₹25000 not possible.
30k-35 is more realistic price.
AnonD-741204, 11 Apr 2018Requirements for me to purchase this phone:
2)3 or 4 gig RAM
3) 64Gb min storage... more2 and 3 are plausible... 1... Not entirely sure... but 4 is absulutely NO.
as far as I know blackberry, and knowing size... the highest this device can carry (Assuming the boards are small enough) is 3700mAh)
Even an 8,50,000 sold as reported, target gets them break even, so second attempt with twin Cam! Edge to Edge Screen, with plastic back, what extra security, with software Android. Any Chinese wud do, also more Tomboyish! Price shu'd be reduced, actually overheads, as 100% margin to be reduced too, why not Encash upon Name as Nokia, has!
AnonD-628531, 11 Apr 2018As someone already told you over at phonearena; "Losing screen real estate for nav buttons is ... moreI don't agree with You, sir. In my country Keyone Black edition cost 670 euros, I can't afford it so I bought XZ1 Compact for 450 euros. I have Q10, 9900 Blackberry and would Love to have with Android and physical keyboard, but paying more than 600 euros.. That's way too much for me.
It has its own retro style yes, it looks like a smartphone with a keyboard pasted bellow and together inside a brick with a rear hump for the cameras.
Requirements for me to purchase this phone:
2)3 or 4 gig RAM
3) 64Gb min storage
4)4000m.a.h. battery as a minimum.
Bring it out in a CDMA version to run on Verizon, or even better, bring it to Verizon, and you will have a serious business-like phone which I will gladly buy.
Have a LG V20 and really don't want a Samsung or Apple phone. The v30 doesn't impress me, too much just another glass slab like Apple and Sammy's phones. No style, no aesthetics, just a glass slab covered with a case as soon as you buy them.
Set a iPhone, a Samsung, and a LG phone next to each other with the screens off. Ask someone to tell you which is which and they will probably guess wrong.
At least the Keyone's have some actual design style.
AnonD-375149, 10 Apr 2018Agreed, I think that's the most stupid design flaw to carry on! LOST THE DAMN NAV BUTTONS! IT'... moreAs someone already told you over at phonearena; "Losing screen real estate for nav buttons is what's stupid."
Well, it looks great from the first look at it.
Here's hoping they can really expand their reach and get this to a lot of carriers worldwide.
They now have a spesific market and glad they know it.
They can produce the phone in minimal quantity and make them all sold. No loose.
Brings Nostalgia of candy bar one with tiny buttons. To bad they charge arms and legs for midrange devices with questionable TCL quality
ADistantFan, 10 Apr 2018Please please don’t overprice it Blackberry. You have a winner if you play this one right. Pl... moreHoping that it has similar specs to last time, that would make sense, but at around $36,000INR (about $550USD), they will need better performance.
Aik, 10 Apr 2018Maybe they'll do it, a SD660 or even a SD835 but with the consequent price increase up to $900... moreYeah. Well, they offer business phones. Anyone that ever wanted a ThinkPad or a Latitude knows how Enterprise devices get heck more expensive (price premium of about 500$ for laptops). It does come with its advantages (vPro and more durable device for instance)
ProJames, 10 Apr 2018Looks pertty decent. But please. PLEASE. No SD626. The 660 is a better choice, especially cons... moreMaybe they'll do it, a SD660 or even a SD835 but with the consequent price increase up to $900-$1100 depending the SoC. It's BB, do not forget it.
Looks pertty decent. But please. PLEASE. No SD626. The 660 is a better choice, especially considering how they'll price it.