BlackBerry Mobile to Release at Least Two Smartphones in 2018

 

2017 was an exciting year for TCL and BlackBerry Mobile. They kicked the year off with launching the amazing BlackBerry KEYone and later followed that up with the BlackBerry Motion. Today at CES 2108, BlackBerry Mobile announced that they are looking to bring just as much excitment to 2018. BlackBerry Mobile has announced that they are expecting to launch at least two new BlackBerry Smartphones this year.

 

“It has been less than one year since we formally introduced the world to our all-new BlackBerry smartphones and we’ve seen very strong renewed interest thanks to devices like BlackBerry KEYone and BlackBerry Motion,” said Alain Lejeune, Global General Manager for BlackBerry Mobile. “With new BlackBerry smartphones from TCL Communication now available in over 50 countries around the world, we have a solid foundation to continue building upon our portfolio in the new year. This means customers can expect to see at least two new BlackBerry smartphones from us later this year.”

Now we don’t know what devices or when these devices are but it is great to see BlackBerry Mobile giving us a little hint at what is on their roadmap. If you are a betting man, you would be safe to say that there will be a follow up to the BlackBerry KEYone. There has already been a device spotted on GeekBench, so we might be seeing that soon! Of course, I would also expect there to be another full touchscreen device launched. Perhaps we will see that spec’d out device everyone is hoping for!

2018 is shaping up to be an exciting year! Keep it locked on BerryReporter.com for all the latest news!

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