BlackBerry speculation

by Volker Weber

I have been thinking about BlackBerry and some of the options they have. First, a few observations:

Now I am going out on a limb. I believe that Foxconn could be making Android devices for BlackBerry and putting BlackBerry Messenger and BlackBerry Secure Work Space front and center on those devices. If this plan works, BlackBerry would have two lines of phones: high end BB10 devices and low end Android devices. And they can potentially balance this mix in the future, phasing out BB10 in favor of Android.

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Angeblich sind doch Alle so "verwirrt" von Windows RT, weil das kein "echtes" Windows sei. Was passiert dann erst wenn Blackberry keine "echten" Blackberrys baut?

Der Plan klingt plausibel, aber das Geweine..... auweia. Und das Blackberry Marketing machte in der Vergangenheit nicht den Eindruck als könnten sie so was verkaufen. Just saying.

Max Nierbauer, 2014-01-07 20:44

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