BlackBerry Ghost to Come Sans Bezel; Runs Android OS


According to popular tipster Evan Blass, the upcoming Blackberry smartphone will come with a bezel-less display and will fall under the premium segment. Right now, we still don't have the phone's specs, price or exact release date, but these details should be available sooner or later. But the BlackBerry name isn't just licensed to TCL, but also includes two others: BB Merah Putih and Optiemus Infracom. The smartphone is ruoured to be called the "Ghost". The tweet also reveals the design of the phone with a render.

In 2016, Blackberry announced that they will stop making smartphones and made TCL communications official license manufacturer make and market Blackberry smartphones globally.

BlackBerry is reportedly getting ready for another Android-powered handset after launching Motion and KeyOne a year ago.

BlackBerry still makes phones.

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Dallas Mavericks guard Dennis Smith Jr., Philadelphia 76ers guard Markelle Fultz and Miami Heat center Bam Adebayo were mentioned as well.

The image doesn't reveal much about the BlackBerry Ghost.

To give any device the best chance to succeed, its manufacturer needs to be able to distribute it effectively, and TCL clearly bought a very robust network of existing relationships along with the BlackBerry brand. That's not a huge number, but it's also not too bad considering we're talking about a phone in 2017 that has a physical keyboard. The Canadian phone maker as we already know is gearing up to launch a bazel-less Android phone; and it is definitely headed for India. For the unintended, BlackBerry entered in a long-term licensing agreement with Optiemus Infracom Ltd for the production of future BlackBerry Android handsets in India. The telecom entered into a licensing agreement with BlackBerry a year ago. The phone is completely covered in glass in front and has a metal frame.

BlackBerry is making a bezel-less phone in India.