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Aug 30, 2017
Chinese company TCL to launch a BlackBerry device without a physical keyboardChinese electronics company TCL will launch a full touchscreen smartphone under the BlackBerry name in October.
Jan 12, 2017
BlackBerry Mercury and newer Android smartphones will make it to IndiaTurns out BlackBerry won't be missing out on its biggest markets as it will be tying up with other manufacturers to reach out to these important markets.
Sep 22, 2016
BlackBerry to resell app from startup that found major Android bugBlackBerry has agreed to offer anti-hacking software from a startup that last year discovered a major Android bug,it said, as the once-dominant smartphone company seeks to leverage ties to corporate and government clients to boost its software revenue.
Apr 12, 2016
BlackBerry plans to two mid-range Android phones in 2016After Priv, BlackBerry plans to launch two new Android smartphones.
Jan 08, 2016
BlackBerry to release two Android-powered smartphones this year; Marshmallow update for Priv in Q1 2016CEO, John Chen hinted that BlackBerry would only be launching two smartphones in the coming year and both of them will be powered by Google's Android.
Oct 26, 2015
BlackBerry Android smartphone Priv now available for pre-order; starts at $699BlackBerry has announced its latest Android-powered handset the BlackBerry Priv is available for pre-order and starts shipping early November.
Sep 27, 2015
It's official, BlackBerry is working on its first Android phone 'Priv'Finally, BlackBerry has confirmed it plans to introduce an Android smartphone later this year, in spite of the reported weaker-than-expected quarterly results.
Jul 09, 2015
BlackBerry registers for AndroidSecured.com; Android smartphone coming soon?BlackBerry has registered AndroidSecured.com and AndroidSecured.net domain names hinting at a relevant Android device launch.
Jun 13, 2015
BlackBerry's move to embrace Android may bring unexpected rewardBlackBerry's move to embrace Android may be aimed at lifting revenue from its software and device management segment, but analysts say it may inadvertently give its device arm a fillip and a new lease on life.