BlackBerry confirms that in 2018, at least two new models will hit the market. One of them will be equipped with a physical keyboard. Is it worth waiting for the successor of BlackBerry KeyOne?
In 2017, BlackBerry was created from ashes and under the influence of an injection of cash flowing from Chinese TCL on the market again appeared smartphones with blackberry. Two new models, BlackBerry KeyOne and BlackBerry Motion, may not have won the hearts of all users, but they certainly won a devoted fan base. Especially the first of them, referring to older models with a physical keyboard, was very warmly received. No wonder that the company is not going to stop there and in 2018 will continue to present new smartphones. The network received information confirming such predictions. BlackBerry has at least two phones planned. Is something known about them already known? So far, it is certain that they will appear. This message emerged from the mouth of the BlackBerry manager himself at CES. The company apparently is satisfied with the position that was achieved during 2017. BlackBerry smartphones are available in 50 countries.As the next model, we're certainly expecting the successor of BlackBerry KeyOne. It will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor supported by 6 GB of RAM. Undoubtedly, it will be more efficient equipment than its predecessor , but it may lose one of its advantages – great battery life. I do not think that for a specific customer like the BlackBerry recipients, clean performance is necessarily the most important thing. The equipment will of course include a physical keyboard . This is very good news for all supporters of this solution, because it is difficult to find devices equipped with such solutions on the market. The second model remains a mystery, but it seems logical that it will be a smartphone similar to BlackBerry Motion. That is equipped with a large touch screen and an on-screen keyboard. What do you think about the future of BlackBerry? Do they have a chance for a wider presence on the market? Source: notebookcheck