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“BlackBerry does not want too many devices release ‘
BlackBerry wants to ‘too much’ to release new smartphones, director John Chen as let you know. The Canadian smartphone maker wants to, now it seems to be better to focus on making profits and would thereby indicating less risk by fabricating fewer devices.
It’s not so good with the Canadian smartphone maker by fierce competition from Apple and Samsung for example, for years, but since the appointment of Chen, the company seems to scribbling something. BlackBerry sells still fewer smartphones, but it does less loss. It will now generate the most revenue from services such as BlackBerry Enterprise Server and instant messaging service BBM. Of the chat application appeared only a new version with privacy-conscious features.
Chen believes that the worst period for BlackBerry therefore there is now. “We will survive as a company and I’m pretty sure,” he said. “We manage the supply, stocks, money and we have expenses that are now very manageable. BlackBerry has survived. Now we can look at growth.” The director is referring to include the German security SECUsmart that in July took over .
BlackBerry should be according to Chen also be careful with the resources the company has. “We are not going to produce a smartphone, because he simply a 5” screen must have “, said he told Reuters. “The Chinese can build one for $ 75. We get those parts not for that money. ”
The BlackBerry CEO had finally know that no decision has yet been taken on the devices that the Canadian company will release next year, but he lets it loose the ‘not too many’ smart phones will be. According to Chen, the focus continues to be on the “refresh” of the smartphone that are already there now. These are in any case the Passport, Classic and Z3. In addition, according to Reuters would have a radically different device come, but which is not yet known.
According to the latest information BlackBerry now working on his second tablet, after the 7 “tablet PlayBook from 2011 with an operating system that the predecessor of the current BlackBerry was 10. In addition, the manufacturer engaged in the development of a smartphone with large screen and physical keyboard. Presumably, this involves a sliding keyboard.Viewing:-191
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