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The BlackBerry phone with keyboard is not dead

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OnwardMobility, the Texas-based company that obtained the hardware license for BlackBerry smartphones after the previous TCL licensee decided to produce its own phone designs instead, has finally broken its almost year-long silence to announce that she’s still alive.

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“Contrary to popular belief, we are not dead,” the company wrote in a blog post on its website. He also apologized for his lack of communication and the delay in shipping the phone he had promised by mid-2021.

“2021 has really been a difficult year for the launch of a new phone, let alone with the high expectations we have set for ourselves and the fact that we want to get it right! It said. “While we have encountered various delays that have prevented us from shipping in 2021, we will be providing more regular updates starting this month that will clarify and answer many of your questions about the 5G enterprise smartphone. ultra-secure (always with a keyboard!) re put on the market.

“All of us at OnwardMobility are incredibly grateful to the loyal user community for this opportunity,” the post concluded. “We sincerely apologize for our silence and really appreciate your patience. In the meantime, we wish everyone a good start to the year!

No delivery date has been announced, but it looks like there is still hope that there will be a new BlackBerry with a physical keyboard in our future.

The BlackBerry Keyboard Phone Is Not Dead first appeared on IT World Canada.

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