TORONTO, July 5- Smartphone pioneer BlackBerry Ltd will stop making its Classic model, the company said on Tuesday, some 18 months after launching the device it had hoped would entice users who prefer a physical, rather than touchscreen, keyboard. Blackberry's move is the latest shift away from its money-losing handset business and toward its software.
TORONTO, July 5- Smartphone pioneer BlackBerry Ltd will stop making its Classic model, the company said on Tuesday, some 18 months after launching the device it had hoped would entice users who prefer a physical, rather than touchscreen, keyboard. BlackBerry has since launched a phone powered by Alphabet Inc's Android software and plans several more, and...
Blackberry said it will no longer manufacture its Blackberry Classic as a part of a company effort to innovate and update their lineup.
TORONTO, July 5- BlackBerry Ltd will stop making its Classic smartphone, 18 months after launching it in an effort to entice users who prefer physical, rather than touch, keyboards, the Canadian technology company said on Tuesday. BlackBerry has since launched a phone powered by Alphabet Inc's Android software and plans several more, and BlackBerry Chief...
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