BlackBerry is set to re-enter the smartphone market after almost a year of no business from the company.
The much-desired return is courtesy of a Texas-based company named OnwardMobility, which has experience in developing security solutions for government and enterprise customers.
It has been revealed that the new BlackBerry phone will be a 5G capable smartphone – featuring a physical keyboard and including a list of company-focused security modules.
The new development comes about six months after the previous BlackBerry brand licensee TCL Communication announced that it would cease sales of BlackBerry branded devices from August 31, which happens to be today.
Today is the last day for BlackBerry fans to pick up TCL’s BlackBerry Key2, however, TCL says it will continue to support it for at least two years.
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