Smartphones have evolved quite a bit since the past few years. There was a time when phones with physical keyboards were considered the norm. However, that’s no longer the case with the advent of touchscreen handsets. With displays becoming larger and bigger every year, it’s nearly impossible to accommodate a physical keyboard within its exterior.
Phones with QWERTY keyboards haven’t been super popular in years. These types of phones were more popular when the original Palm Pilots were around, as well as when BlackBerry was in its prime. Today, however, you don’t see them much anymore, except for maybe a few small cases. However, they’re still being made quite often,
The rumor is not new. In some shape or form, we’ve been expecting BlackBerry to reach to the dark Google side for salvation for several years now. It seems to be the Canadians’ only shot at a hardware business revival of sorts, and by extension, the company’s survival as a whole. Granted, John Chen could
Browsing the web, social media activities, taking the occasional selfie, playing mostly rudimentary but highly addictive games, loading up on YouTube cat videos and catching up on one’s favorite TV shows while away from a larger screen. For many of us, those are the essential purposes of a smartphone, and if it can adequately tick