TCL - which has already worked with BlackBerry on the DTEK50 and DTEK60 in the past, and is now the exclusive global manufacturer and distributor for all upcoming BlackBerry-branded smartphones - has said that it "will unveil an evolutionary first in the mobile industry," at the upcoming CES show in January.
The revelation was made by the company in a recent press release.
BlackBerry DTEK50 by TCL
"We'll unveil more news at CES around our plans, showcasing the legacy of the BlackBerry smartphone brand, while also giving a glimpse into what new BlackBerry smartphones will offer as part of our bold new brand portfolio within TCT," said Steve Cistulli, President and General Manager for TCL Communication (TCT).
CES 2017 is set for January 5 to January 8 in Las Vegas US.
E-ink displays in the keyboard would be really pratical... especially for someone like me, living in a country with additional letters (as long as it has a couple of extra keys). I really want a smartphone with a keyboard. Predictive text input ...
blackberry is a good smartphone,but the price is not reasonable