BlackBerry Has Lost Their Minds: Bringing Back the Bold
Mar 29, 2014 13:28
Stop the madness. BlackBerry wants to continue living in 2011, They are bringing back the Bold instead of working on the next big thing.
After continued losses this quarter, BlackBerry is apparently banking on nostalgia to win back fans. It'll include Blackberry 7 OS, full keyboard, shitty browser—everything you didn't want is coming back.
The difference here for Blackberry is that the updated production techniques should make the phone profitable. BlackBerry CEO John Chen seems confident, at least, saying:
Our customers still love the BB OS device, particularly BB7 devices. We'll continue to make these devices available and support the operating system as long as there is customer demand.
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