With the success of wearables, BlackBerry is expected to introduce its first line of smartwatches and new line of tablets. Even more interesting, BlackBerry wearables and tablets may come sooner than expected which is enough to keep fans waiting in anticipation.
It has been a while since BlackBerry released its tablet called BlackBerry Playbook back in April 2011 and had no further follow-up. However, it is good to know that BlackBerry may be back in the game for coming up with the latest tablet which could be its answer to Samsung and other leading tablet manufacturers. From a recent statement, BlackBerry is pursuing additional endpoints which could involve wearables, tablets, medical devices, appliances, and much more.
Also according to John Chen, BlackBerry CEO, everyone may soon see a BlackBerry tablet. This solidifies reports stating that indeed there will be an interesting tablet from the Canadian tech giant.
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Releasing new range of products will steadily anchor BlackBerry's way back to market dominance as it did some five or six years ago. It did enjoy its market leadership, however, it was somehow short-lived. With BlackBerry wearables and tablets, it should again share a good piece of the pie.
It is also reported that every product will feature a tech or code from BlackBerry. This is most likely to be in the form of security-minded Android or enterprise services. BlackBerry announced back in December that TCL acquired global rights to brand its phones with the BlackBerry name. The BlackBerry DTEK50 and DTEK60 were made by TCL using various parts from Alcatel Idol 4.
With BlackBerry KeyOne soon to be available for purchase next month, fans and industry experts are expecting more from BlackBerry. The BlackBerry wearables and tablets are the most awaited, not to mention its range of appliances as well. It is interesting to see BlackBerry entering the market again as it has been missed for being quiet for quite some time.