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What’s Nokia Got That BlackBerry Lacks RE: Android Phones?


What’s Nokia Got That BlackBerry Lacks RE: Android Phones?

Richard Goodwin 01/03/2017 - 3:33pm

Nokia turns out on the right track for a MASSIVE resurgence in reputation with Android, so why hasn’t a equivalent means labored for BlackBerry?

Nokia used to be the debate of the city at MWC 2017, following its announcement of three Android phones and, in fact, the rebooted Nokia 3310.

We’ve recognized for a just right lengthy whilst that the corporate used to be coming round again in 2017 with Android. However it used to be handiest throughout the previous a number of months or in order that we’ve began to get exact concrete leaks concerning the handsets and HMD’s – Nokia’s new house owners – plans for the longer term.

The Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6

None of those handsets have been flagships, an unusual transfer on HMD’s phase. However most likely there's approach to this way. BlackBerry famously switched to Android with a purpose to save its ass a few years in the past, however to this point its ass continues to be very a lot at the line.

So what provides? I imply, BlackBerry’s Android telephones are surely compelling. They pack in quite a few distinctive device and are very good from a safety viewpoint. Nobody turns out to care despite the fact that. Now not in point of fact, anyway.

BlackBerry has attempted top class Android telephones, reasonable handsets and midrange handsets and, in fact, maximum lately, handsets with a keyboard hooked up to them. However for no matter explanation why it merely can not drum up the similar degree of hype that Nokia’s telephones do.

I’d even even move so far as wagering that Nokia will sell more 3310 handsets than BlackBerry does for its new KEYone phone.

Is that this since the Nokia logo is “higher” than BlackBerry’s? On paper, the BlackBerry telephones are higher supplied and smarter, smartphones. So what provides?

The Nokia 6 bought out in six mins in China when it first introduced there a month or so in the past. So far, BlackBerry hasn’t shifted quite a lot of handsets which is why it's now exploring different choices for generating telephones like running with OEMs.

Nokia appears to be attacking the mid-range phase of the marketplace; the segment the marketplace ruled through OnePlus, OPPO and Xiaomi. Virtually as whether it is checking out the water sooner than it unleashes a real flagship handset, which is expected to happen inside Q2 with the Nokia 8.

What’s perplexing for me, as an established cellular geek, is that one logo, BlackBerry, can principally do the whole thing that’s anticipated of it and nonetheless fail, whilst any other, Nokia, can unlock a couple of mid-range handsets and set the arena – smartly, MWC – ablaze with gushing sentiment.

It needs to be that the majority etheric of items – “logo”. In all probability all of us have higher collective reminiscences of Nokia as opposed to BlackBerry? I’ve misplaced rely of the selection of pals who have been pressured to make use of BlackBerry handsets as their paintings telephones and grew to significantly hate the whole thing about them.

However that may’t be it. Now not completely, anyway.

It simply turns out abnormal to me that Nokia, now that it has followed Android, seems to be at the cusp of an enormous comeback, while BlackBerry, which has achieved the similar factor and constructed some nice telephones in the meanwhile, continues to be scrambling round for footing within the put it on the market helped create.

I do know Nokia’s good fortune isn’t assured, now not through an extended shot; I’m basing this piece at the hype I noticed at MWC, the velocity at which the Nokia 6 bought out in China when it were given a unencumber there, and the consistent glide of Nokia-related searches on KYM.

I’d love to listen to what your reviews are in this. Hit me up within the feedback under.


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