BlackBerry 5G is still on the way – and could arrive soon – Bestgamingpro

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You’d be forgiven for forgetting that a BlackBerry 5G was in the works, given that it was supposed to arrive in the first half of 2021 and almost no news about it surfaced in the second part of the year.

Many people were left wondering if it was still coming, and the good news is that it is, at least according to OnwardMobility (the company making the phone).

The company claimed in a brief blog post that it experienced “several delays that prohibited us from releasing in 2021,” but that it is still working on a “ultra-secure 5G enterprise smartphone” with a keyboard and that it will begin offering more regular updates this month.

The business hasn’t stated when the BlackBerry 5G will be available for purchase, but based on the wording of the announcement, it appears that further information on the phone will be released soon, so perhaps we’ll have more information soon.

The BlackBerry brand name isn’t mentioned in the announcement, so it’s possible that the phone won’t launch with BlackBerry branding – but that’s just speculation for now.

In any case, we’re hoping for a quick launch. Even with OnwardMobility’s delays, it’s possible that the device will launch in 2021 (and in the first part of that year). We won’t know for sure until we get more information, so stay tuned for further information.

So far, we’ve learned a little bit about the BlackBerry 5G

Given how much time it’s been since we heard anything about the BlackBerry 5G, it’s probably time for a refresher.

However, there isn’t much to know at this point. The BlackBerry 5G is expected to boast a top-of-the-line camera and run Android, according to OnwardMobility. We also know it will include a physical keyboard, enable 5G, and be primarily targeted towards enterprise, government, and security-conscious users looking for a productivity-focused smartphone.

It’s anyone’s guess what will happen after that. In truth, we have no idea what the phone’s official name is, so BlackBerry 5G is only a placeholder until we find out. And, as previously stated, it’s possible that this device is no longer a BlackBerry.

This dearth of information could indicate that it’s still a long way off, but it’s also not a particularly high-profile handset, so the creators may have been able to keep things under wraps.

Maybe, we won’t have to wait long for it to arrive, but if you can’t wait that long, there’s always the new Astro Slide, which was unveiled at CES 2022 and might be comparable.

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