BlackBerry Limited has announced the latest in its series of most secure Android smartphones, DTEK60.
BlackBerry has announced that it will soon end all hardware development and will instead outsource its phone production and design to third parties.
BlackBerry Limited has announced the release of DTEK50, its latest smartphone powered by Android, following the Priv.
TP-LINK Technologies has announced it is at GITEX Shopper Spring Edition 2016 to showcase and promote the recently launched Neffos smartphone, which also marked the company’s entry into the mobile handset market.
Released in 2004, the Motorola Razr was widely considered to be the start of a new trend in mobile devices – the era of the flip phone.
Alcatel, a brand of TCL Communication, has recently introduced its new premium smartphone, X1, to the UAE market.
Following the company’s recent participation at BakuTel Exhibition and Conference 2015 in Azerbaijan, Quantum Global has embarked on a partner recruitment drive, as part of its broader plan to extend its geographical and business reach in MEA and CIS.
After months of leaks, rumors, and non-announcements, BlackBerry is putting the Priv up for pre-order on its website.
InnJoo announced the launch of new 5.5-inch smartphone, Fire Plus. According to the smart-device company, the new slim edge smartphone is equipped with full HD IPS screen that aims to offer clear visual effect even under strong outdoor lighting conditions.
According to recent reports, Qualcomm is under investigation by the European Union, under the suspicion having anti-competitive movements in the 3G and 4G smartphone chipset market.