The smartphone will be made by Optiemus Infracom, which has licensing rights to manufacture, design and sell BlackBerry handsets in India.
Only 850,000 BlackBerry smartphones were shipped during all of last year, a number that compares well to the likes of Essential until you realize that company's only phone was on sale for just a fraction of the year. The company is intent on introducing the Ghost which will be a bezel-less phone and which will run on the Android platform.
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Over the past year, there have been a few BlackBerry handsets that came to market.
BlackBerry "Ghost" could feature a bezel-less display with 18:9 aspect ratio. Unfortunately, the device will only be available in India and won't actually be made by Blackberry nor TCL. As of now, there is no information about other markets that we may also see the BlackBerry Ghost coming in. Last month, Blackberry slashed the price of its flagship smartphone KeyONE in India.
With BlackBerry, that could mean very differently to what's typically expected. IDC's Francisco Jeronimo says that about 850,000 units of the KeyOne were shipped past year. The Canadian phone maker as we already know is gearing up to launch a bazel-less Android phone; and it is definitely headed for India. BlackBerry's new mission is to now inform people that they can have all their favorite apps on a BlackBerry phone. Still, we get a pretty clear look at a sleek looking BlackBerry handset.