Recent months have been a struggle for BlackBerry and the company’s revenue continues sliding, and if things will not improve in the future, the company will stop making smartphones. This information was confirmed by John Chen, CEO of the company, which indicated that the coming months will be difficult for the company. BlackBerry CEO tried many things to fix the state of the company, and one of them happens to think in outsourcing, although not ensure revenue growth. If that happens, the company will be more focused on software development, which would stop making smartphones.

Samsung Tends To Buy Blackberry To Be More Stable:

Samsung Tends To Buy Blackberry

Once ago Giant producer of phones, Blackberry is now on the dim side, people seems to be not into that Blackberry’s traditional Qwerty keyboard. As per few analysts, if Samsung tends to buy Blackberry, it will provide Samsung a stable support in smartphone business.
Regardless of its plunging offer of the overall cell phone business, Blackberry still has a solid vicinity in the business marketing that Samsung is attempting to break.

Techies say that business customers are progressively critical for the Korean giant’s future. Some competitors like Xiaomi is reducing Samsungs fat profit margin in the consumer mobile market.

Samsung has software called KNOX for security-cognizant business clients, however the corporate world has not grasped this new item. By complexity, the product behind the security for Blackberry gadgets is decently respected and famous.

Via: NextPowerUp

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