Blackberry smartphones could soon make a comeback. OnwardMobility, the new owner of Blackberry’s mobile division, has confirmed that the company will launch a 5G smartphone this year. The company’s CEO, Peter Franklin, in an interview, said that the company is bringing back the classic Blackberry keyboard. Details about the upcoming Blackberry smartphone are currently unknown. The company is currently working with Foxconn to jointly develop the classic keyboard smartphone. Franklin stated that the smartphone will launch in North America, Europe, and Asia. The official launch date of the device is currently unknown. OnwardMobility is working on releasing the 5G smartphone very soon. Let’s take a look at the upcoming Blackberry 5G smartphone launching later this year.
Blackberry’s new owner to launch a new 5G smartphone with the classic keyboard
Blackberry plans to make a comeback in 2021. The company’s new owner has said that it will launch a 5G smartphone later this year. OnwardMobility, Blackberry’s new owner, has said that it will launch the device with the iconic physical keyboard.
Not much as been officially revealed about the phone. However, OnwardMobility’s CEO, Peter Franklin, said that the device will be highly secure. The company also claims that it will offer a “suite of end-to-end security solutions”.
The company is currently working with Foxconn to develop the Blackberry device together. Not much is known about the specifications.
OnwardMobility has confirmed that the device will launch in 2021. However, the exact launch date remains unknown. In terms of availability, the company CEO has said that the 5G smartphone will launch in North America, Europe, and Asia.
This is all the information we have on OnwardMobility’s upcoming 5G smartphone. We will share more information as and when more details are available.
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