If you are not aware, BlackBerry is no more involved in making the BlackBerry phones as the rights were sold to TCL, a Chinese phone maker but these rights are not applicable in countries such as India, Nepal, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. Not much is known about the device, but Blass said that it would be a "premium Android handset". BlackBerry Mobile licensee Optiemus is said to be working on a new BlackBerry-branded handset codenamed "Ghost". While the company has yet to mention a word officially, a new report suggests that the smartphone will be called BlackBerry Ghost. For now, we only have the image of the BlackBerry Ghost that points out that it could be a bezel-less and high-end smartphone.
In 2016, Chinese-based TCL purchased the rights to sell under the BlackBerry name, leading the partnership to launch its first flagship smartphone, the KeyOne, at Mobile World Congress a year ago.
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The downside? The BlackBerry GHOST will nearly certainly be exclusive to India. Why?
BlackBerry has been busy promoting its lineup of phones. A year after the KeyOne's launch at MWC 2017, this week I spoke with two senior members of the BlackBerry Mobile / TCL team, Francois Mahieu and Alain Lejeune, who expressed their collective belief that the KeyOne's launch was an unqualified success. Optiemus Infracom also told Techook that the company is not in a position to comment on this.
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The information regarding the date of launch of the handset is also unavailable.
With BlackBerry, that could mean very differently to what's typically expected.
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IDC's Francisco Jeronimo, the same person who brought us word of Essential's appalling sales a year ago, also has a number for shipped BlackBerry devices during 2017. TCL's BlackBerry phones for 2017 all featured midrange chipset. While the former released the Aurora past year, the latter has yet to announce anything. Still, we get a pretty clear look at a sleek looking BlackBerry handset.