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BlackBerry CEO John Chen Wants To Revive The BlackBerry Bold 9900

3 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

As many are aware, BlackBerry has stopped making its own hardware. Instead the company has licensed out its brand to TCL who has been making BlackBerry phones for the past couple of years. However it seems that despite BlackBerry no longer making hardware, it sure seems like they wish they did. Speaking on the latest episode of Recode Decode , BlackBerry's CEO John Chen revealed that he would love to see a revival of certain classic BlackBerry handsets, like the Bold 9900, even if BlackBerry isn't necessarily the one to make it themselves. According to Chen, “You remember the 9900, the...
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