BlackBerry’s glory days are not coming back, but at least the company is heading to the right direction. Last year, BlackBerry launched four devices—an impressive fear under its new boss, John Chen.
First, there was the BlackBerry Z3. Then came the Porsche Design P’9983, followed by the BlackBerry Classic, and BlackBerry Passport. Today, at the Mobile World Congress, BlackBerry announced the BlackBerry Leap, a touchscreen phone that is built with safety in mind.
The company is also announcing new colors of the BlackBerry Classic. The Classic is currently available in black, but will soon arrive in blue, bronze, and white. Additionally, BlackBerry teased a curved slider phone during its keynote. BlackBerry did not name the device.
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