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BlackBerry to choose ‘back to basics’ with hardware keyboards in future smartphones


Just like the world moves to the touch-based and touch-free interface, BlackBerry CEO John Chen has reportedly pointed into the company moving back into essentials with hardware keyboards in future smartphones.

The full-fledged keyboard produced BlackBerry successful, but after that focuses on software keyboards which did not build a hit with customers, Chen announced the company’s next phones would mostly support the good old hardware keyboards.

In accordance with the Verge, the chief declared that he personally likes the keyboards, including that BlackBerry would predominantly stick with actual physical keyboards in future.

The organization recently declared to submit a lawsuit against Ryan Seacrest’s mobile keyboard startup Typo, which intended to copy the Blackberry typing experience on the iPhone by providing a keyboard-case hybrid accessory.


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