Blackberry’s Plans to Take Over the Smartphone Market Share with its Secret Project, ‘Venice’ Android Phone
Blackberry, which was once the one of the major players in the smartphone market, is surely planning a comeback. The company has seen its share decline and also struggled to keep up with the growing competition.
It had kept its latest project under wraps for long now it is in the open and we know some detail that you might just be interested in. The company is not making any hue and cry about its new project, but it just might be the trump card which can win the company its lost smartphone market share.
Reportedly, the new phone from Blackberry is dubbed Venice and more than the name the most amusing fact is that it will use the Android operating system which the company had avoided in the past.
It will have curved features somewhat resembling the design of Galaxy S6 Edge from Samsung.
It is going to the first major endeavor of Blackberry trying to hit back the market with a bang ever since its disastrous attempt with its BB10 touchscreen handset release some years back.
For the first time the company will be using the Android software and it the new phone will use the AT&T network according to reports.
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