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BlackBerry leaves the production of smartphones

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The company Canadian BlackBerry, previously known as RIM until adopted the name of their terminals, not has known weather the crisis to which is has faced these last years, in which not knew react full-time before the revolution that was the arrival of iOS and Android to the market. Makes some days you inform you of them rumors that pointed to the company could leave of manufacture their own terminals, rumor that finally is has confirmed. This does not mean the closure of the mobile division of the company that now depend on third parties to manufacture its terminals and fail to invest more than half of their revenues in r & d that was responsible for the manufacture and design of terminals that the company launched.

The arrival of John Chen as head of the company meant a change of scenery, and has been in charge announced the end of terminals of the company, thus making really nor we know that is going to take the company into the world of smartphones because if the hardware puts an external company and the software is the Android It appears that Canadians will license the name for only revenue for use putting at risk the least.

The only terminal that Canadians have launched on the market and that could be considered a smartphone to take into account was the BlackBerry Priv, the first model of the company with Android series but with all the usual services of the company integrated in the software. But despite the excellence of the terminal, only offering a high-end terminal, it has given him the company entering a war where only there is Samsung and Apple, with its look logo. Nobody in their right mind would spend the price of a Samsung or an iPhone into a BlackBerry model.

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