After the dispatch of their premium cell phone prior, the Priv, prior in January, BlackBerry is presently expressing it’s wanting to dispatch two mid-range Android cell phones later on.
The organization CEO said the new phones would cost between US $300 to $400.
In a meeting with The National, organization CEO John Chen said BlackBerry arrangements to dispatch two more followups to their first Android offering, yet didn’t offer a window for those discharge dates. Be that as it may, Chen goes on to say that one of the telephones will wear only a touchscreen, while the other will look like the Priv more, in that it will likewise have a QWERTY console. Keeping in mind specs were kept off the table, he added that both telephones would be valued anyplace between US $300 to $400, that is Rs 20,000 to Rs 26,000 plus or minus a couple of hundred.
Obviously, while the Priv’s US value dispatch cost was $699 (Rs 46,000), the sticker price in India was an essentially higher Rs 62,990, so we can expect the India costs for the new telephones to be nearer to Rs 36,000 – Rs 42,000. BlackBerry has dependably prided itself on it’s telephone outline, advertising the gadget to endeavors and specialists with a precarious sticker price. In any case, Chen assumes that sticker price is currently something they can no more push so hard, as prove by the sticker price on the Priv being brought from $699 down to $649. This, joined with BlackBerry’s consistently decreasing deals numbers, is likely why the organization is presently attempting to market to a mid-range client.