Updated: February 26, 2014 1:55:15 pm
BlackBerry, it seems, is far from calling it quits. It’s latest flagship is the BlackBerry Q20 smartphone, which will feature ‘Menu’, ‘Back’, ‘Send’ and ‘End’ buttons along with the integrated trackpad to enable the efficient navigation and one-handed use.
With a 3.5” touchscreen, the largest display yet on a QWERTY BlackBerry smartphone, the Q20 promises more real estate for the touchscreen users. The smartphone will be crafted from “premium materials and designed for reliability and durability”. The phone will be available in the second half of 2014 when pricing and availability will be announced.
The Canadian company has also announced a 5-inch BlackBerry Z3 smartphone for Indonesian customers in mind. The new BlackBerry Z3 smartphone is customized with access to local apps and Indonesian content. The acheapalego is one of the company’s remaining strongholds along with India.
Other announcements include an Enterprise BBM (eBBM) Suite that work with BES and BES10 to provide enterprise-class mobile messaging that brings together the core strengths of BBM with features and capabilities aimed at enterprises.
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