BlackBerry's latest attempt to revive faded brand

BlackBerry's latest attempt to revive faded brand

[IT News Africa] - 06/12/2018

BlackBerry has rolled out a new smartphone in it's latest effort to revive the once-dominant brand. The BlackBerry Key2 was unveiled Thursday in New York by TCL Communication, the Chinese manufacturer which took over the rights to the smartphone brand from the Canadian tech firm in 2016. The (...)

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