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    Article: BlackBerry announces the BlackBerry Q20 - A keyboard phone with th

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    Article written by Adam Zeis at CrackBerry.

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    Another hail Mary pass.
    So, this is the BlackBerry from say 4 years ago? 3.5" generous display... Whoooohooo.

    Specs? So is this essentially saying the other new devices sucked and they're going back to old school designs or they just don't have a clue what to do? I personally think this shows that BlackBerry has no idea what direction they're going in.

    Here's a tip....down.

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    I dunno Jay. This looks interesting. The 3.5" screen is a good combo with a full qwerty. It's a pity we can only see that backside (is there no frontal?)
    It also means BB hasn't figured it all out yet.

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    BlackBerry needs to go to enterprise only. I really don't think, that they can tap into the consumer market like they used to. The iPhone and Android phones already have a solid consumer base that isn't looking for the blackberry features. One of the main hurdles that BlackBerry faces now, is BYOD. Where it use to be they could gain a strong foothold with a company by offering good enterprise rates on their devices and security. Companies are now letting their employees bring their own devices. I have little doubt, that if I went to a blackberry strictly for my work purposes. It would do as well or better than my iPhone. What I'm getting at is, I still think BlackBerry has the right stuff for business. They have never been successful in moving into the consumer, gaming, multimedia market.

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    I would have to agree BP, and John I believe BlackBerry is just trying to figure out where to go from near shut down. Hopefully they can settle in with a piece of the market whether it be Enterprise or Consumer and BlackBerry lover's everywhere can be happy.

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