CES 2017: TCL To Unveil QWERTY BlackBerry Phone

Posted: Dec 19 2016, 1:12pm CST | by , in News | CES

 

CES 2017: TCL to Unveil QWERTY BlackBerry Phone
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  • TCL and BlackBerry to launch new products at the CES 2017
 

The CES 2017 seems to be having a new TCL-build BlackBerry smartphone

CES 2017 is just around the corner and a number of companies are actually working along the lines of getting their new products launched at the event. The rumors are that this year, we can expect new product launched from TCL and BlackBerry both.

BB who has seen the decline in smartphone industry after its iconic QWERTY pad was replaced by touch screens have come again to compete in the market.

The news is that TCL communication’s head just tweeted that a new BlackBerry is coming to town. This means that we might be seeing a new phone in the upcoming Consumers Electronics Show 2017.

Steve Cistulli, the president and General Manager of TCL shared a tweet that served in fact as a teaser for the upcoming blackberry device, reported Crackberry.

The President and other major authority figures at TCL also hash tagged #TheNewBlackBerry on their tweets that tell us about something new coming up our way.

It is evident that TCL is going to be working with BB in order to handle their advertising, their selling, promotions, customer service and manufacturing of new sets too.

The earlier phones by TCL which were DTEK50 and DTEK60 were both rebranded phones by BB. The news indicates that there will be at least one more QWERTY handset launch by BlackBerry in order to honor the iconic design of the phones delivered by company.

There was another cryptic kind of tweet that said that Remington No. 2 of 1878 was iconic as it had QWERTY keyboard and a shift key. This might mean that a new QWERTY keyboard is coming to town along with some kind of flashy feature to make it more exciting.

Only CES 2017 will reveal the true story behind it.

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