BlackBerry April 8

GOOG: 739.15

-1.13
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After lackluster PRIV sales last quarter and a subsequent price cut, BlackBerry will be launching two mid-range devices later this year. Speaking to The National, CEO John Chen said their first device running Android “was too high-end a product” even for the enterprise market.

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BlackBerry April 6

GOOG: 745.69

7.89
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BlackBerry April 4

GOOG: 745.29

-4.62
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BlackBerry April 1

GOOG: 749.91

4.96
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BlackBerry March 1

GOOG: 718.81

21.04
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BlackBerry February 10

GOOG: 684.12

6.01
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When the original iPhone was announced 9 years ago, the smartphone market landscape was very different. One of the pre-iPhone champions, of course, was BlackBerry. Its physical QWERTY-equipped devices were fast, efficient and productive. Next to the iPhone, they looked old within a few weeks of Apple’s first smartphone launch.

After that came Android, and with it, the slow-demise of the once-giants of the mobile world. The Canadian company had to try and reinvent itself after years of trying to bring its own platform back to life.

As iPhone went from strength to strength, BlackBerry has had to start again with its very first Android handset. But just how does the company’s first Google-powered phone compare with what many regard to be the best phablet around?

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