BlackBerry All Set to Steal the Show at CES 2016 With Ford Applink, QNX platform and a lot more

LAS VEGAS - JANUARY 07:  A general view of attendees at the LG Electronics booth at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center January 7, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES, the world's largest annual consumer technology tradeshow, runs through January 10 and is expected to feature 2,500 exhibitors showing off their latest products and services to about 110,000 attendees.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

You must have observed Blackberry’s sales for the PRIV device winning the last quarter for the company in 2015. Having received a substantial amount of success with regard to the sales of the PRIV device last year, they are again all set to continue with their respective brand marketing at CES 2016 this year, as well.

 

The PRIV device, as a result of productive marketing, has managed to retain strong sales even during its third fiscal quarter. Pushing the average selling from $240USD last quarter to $315USD, the company has reportedly recognized sales of around 700,000 units.

 

Blackberry, as stated by reliable sources, is believed to plan its expenditure on applying efforts to this by promoting the QNX platform for automobiles among others. Most of the Blackberry’s future actions just depend upon the possibility of the company’s announcement about another Android-based Blackberry. If they do, the device is likely to have a front physical keyboard that does not slide out and a screen size of around four inches; if not, they will end up showing its PRIV devices off to the world.

 

While engagement for the soft developers is still uncertain at the moment, it was certainly made available in four other countries by the end of its third quarter. Canada, USA, Germany and United Kingdom – the four main key markets were undertaken as targets by Blackberry’s newest innovations.

 

While it is said that it will be made available in other 31 countries in the current quarter, even at its current premium price level of $899CAD, it has managed to attract a great section of business users and content creators of the market. The physical keyboard is the primary element of the device, which has undoubtedly proved as a worthwhile investment for media writers and journalists in order to be able to choose their respective preference of typing manners on smartphones for their maximum benefit.

Built on a platform with the highest quality, Blackberry has established a few firm brand image of itself in properly showing the PRIV solid build that is apparently built from space-age materials.

 

Here is what you should expect from Blackberry at CES 2016:

 

First and foremost is the ultimate recall of the Ford Applink, which allows the users of Ford Sync to have an access of many smartphone apps by just using voice commands and dashboard controls.

 

Blackberry is also expected to showcase a host of best practices that have been implemented on the concept vehicle, QNX UX, Maserati Quattroporte. However, the centre of attraction at CES will certainly be the fact that Blackberry has finally decided to implement the QNX operating system in the automotive sector.

 

With all this and more sustained and made to grow in store only for you, Blackberry can conveniently be seen to make a decent progress for development with regard to security as well as all-round solutions.

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