The rumor about BlackBerry Z30’s US release timeline from back September may have been off by a month or so, but the biggest and baddest BB device ever has at long last landed on Verizon earlier today.
Blackberry looks to bypass regular distribution channels in order to clear inventory.
What’s next for BlackBerry? It’s a question that many have (obsessively) asked of late, especially after the Canadian company’s last two financial reports, culminating with a $1 billion monetary loss and the slashing of close to 5,000 jobs.
Despite being one of the earliest supporters of BlackBerry’s gesture-based smartphone OS, T-Mobile is reportedly looking to stop selling BlackBerry 10 phones in its stores.
Well, what do you know. Despite recent struggles and ominous projections, BlackBerry is going forward with plans of new smartphones based on the BB 10 operating system.
A leaked memo reveals previously unknown specifications of the upcoming BlackBerry A10 Aristo flagship. Also, a new round of leaked images compares the unannounced flagship to the current BlackBerry Z10. But will the new BlackBerry A10 save BlackBerry from their slow demise? Credit: BGR
RIM, erm, BlackBerry has officially tried everything and anything to escape the dark pits of financial despair, rolling out a new mobile OS, launching new smartphones and even going through a rebranding of sorts. But has it all been enough to put BB’s financial situation back on track?
If you’re in the market for a new smartphone, we suppose now is the time to sign your name on the dotted line and settle down for two long years.