The BlackBerry Passport was launched today in India. The latest smartphone from BlackBerry, which was launched earlier this week in Toronto, London, and Dubai, will be available in India starting
BlackBerry has been on a crazy roller-coaster ride for the last 18 months. Many analysts claimed the company would be dead or sold, while some were supportive throughout. Today we
Poised to recommit themselves to their key developing markets, BlackBerry has launched the Z3 to much fanfare in India. Channel checks in the region show that uptake has been very reasonable,
BlackBerry 10’s first touchscreen device, the Z10, is getting a nice price drop in India. According to TimesofIndia.com, the BlackBerry Z10 is being lowered to Rs 17,990 ($290.00) for a
BlackBerry announced today the growing adoption of BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10) by Indian enterprises across a range of sectors. BlackBerry has a strong market position in India
BlackBerry has cut the pricing of the Q5 by 20% down to Rs 19,990 today in India. The BlackBerry Q5, a mid-range qwerty device, was originally priced at Rs 24,990.
Reports are coming out from India that shed some interesting light on the potential retail strategy BlackBerry is seeking to employ against the stiff competition they are facing in the
Previously, we reported that the BlackBerry Z30 would see a launch event India on October 24th. That day is here, and BlackBerry has officially unveiled the BlackBerry Z30 availability for Rs.
BlackBerry is reportedly expected to unveil the BlackBerry Z30 at a launch event in India on October 24th. Additionally, the company is said to announce other things too, which are
BlackBerry’s latest OS 7 device, the 9720, has launched in India. Interested customers can purchase a BlackBerry 9720 for Rs 15,990 when available on September 14th. Design-wise the BlackBerry 9720 looks