Blackberry has transitioned its devices, in turn, to touch-based Blackberry 10 and Android systems, but it has thus far always kept at least one classic smart phone in the market. But that’s finally changing this week: Blackberry has announced that it will no longer make the BlackBerry Classic.
Blackberry CEO John Chen admitted this week that he is considering moving his firm’s devices business to Android while charting a software-based future.
Assessing Blackberry’s rumored move to Android, it’s obvious that in doing so, Blackberry is really signaling its intent to exit the hardware business.
Samsung denied reports that it would purchase Blackberry and says that it will instead seek to expand an existing partnership with the struggling smartphone maker.
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