UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — The owner of the Blackberry brand, TCL Communication, has decided to stop the production of smartphones of this brand. This was reported on Twitter BlackBerry Mobile.
The company announced that on August 31 this year it will stop selling smartphones. The gadgets sold before this date, the manufacturer promises to support for two years – until August 31, 2022. Warranty service will last as long.
TCL Communication “is no longer entitled to develop, manufacture or sell any new BlackBerry mobile devices,” the report said.
Representatives of the company thanked the users and partners of the brand. They hoped that TCL Communication and BlackBerry Limited had a bright future.
— BlackBerry Mobile (@BBMobile) February 3, 2020
In recent years, sales of BlackBerry smartphones equipped with a QWERTY keyboard have fallen with the advent of low-cost touch devices.
Since 2016, the BlackBerry brand has been owned by TCL Communications, which had the rights to manufacture and sell devices. Earlier, BlackBerry decided to focus on software.
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