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The Huawei Mate 10 and ZTE Axon M for AT&T got their launch events this week! We talk about those and BlackBerry's latest moves with CrackBerry Kevin!
Before TCL took over BlackBerry smartphone production and marketing, the BlackBerry Priv was released running Android Lollipop and will stay on Marshmallow.
TCL wants to remind the world on the eve of IFA 2017 a new BlackBerry-branded mobile device is coming... a little later this year.
A largely mysterious TCL-made BlackBerry has just made its first online appearance, fitting the general description of a DTEK50 sequel.
China's TCL is looking to further ramp up its smartphone-producing efforts this year, with own-brand, BlackBerry and... Palm hardware?!
They're not massive, but the latest BlackBerry DTEK60 and DTEK50 price cuts should help sweeten the two's deals for Valentine's Day.
Future BlackBerry-branded smartphones sold in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Bangladesh will be manufactured and distributed by a company called Optiemus.
BlackBerry's hardware future as an exclusive TCL licensor will begin to be mapped out at next month's CES, where the DTEK70 could go official.
The Dark Theme comes to the BlackBerry Launcher while users of the DTEK60 can now retrieve passwords with a tap of the fingerprint sensor.
Contrary to popular belief, BlackBerry isn't altogether done with internally building smartphones yet, prepping one final keyboard design.
A mobile security and productivity champion, the Alcatel-made BlackBerry DTEK60 is now available in select global markets starting at $499.
A poster leaked from retailer Media Markt shows the device off with its specs. But we also have a date of release and an expectation of sorts.
We also talk some more about the Google Pixel as Cyanogen downshifts its gears and the iPhone 8 gets more screen time, literally. It's the Pocketnow Weekly!
The retailer is not promising any time for shipping and delivery, we just have the price for a 2016 flagship from, but not made by BlackBerry.
The Canadian tech retailer is expecting stock to come in on October 11. That's despite nothing else purporting that to be the case.
Google Hyperdrives to Andromeda! Will Android and Chrome finally merge? Also, no more in-house hardware from Blackberry? #PNWeekly Podcast episode 220!
The inevitable demise of internally-developed BlackBerry phones is a rumor no more, with "partners" in charge of future hardware production.
The high-end Android-based BlackBerry DTEK60 may as well be official already, following one too many leaks, including a number of renders now.
Once again, the reports of BlackBerry's hardware death appear to have been greatly exaggerated, with the DTEK60 looming large.
How much does it REALLY cost to make an iPhone? We say hello to Allo, and why is Comcast looking to start an MVNO? Pocketnow Weekly podcast episode 219!
Investors are hoping that will be the case. They can even point to some outlying evidence. But what about that second Android phone John Chen promised?