The Android Mobile Operating system is a well-known OS which is familiar to almost everybody. Isn’t it? At some point in our lives we got the chance to use a device run by an Android OS. Yes indeed! The popularity of this OS is undeniable.
BlackBerry on the other hand is popular in manufacturing a premium quality smartphones with a premium price tags. But the latest report says that BlackBerry is allegedly considering a New Handset with a twist! What’s that twist all about? The next smartphone of BlackBerry is set to run with Android OS.
Although the sources if these reports remains unknown but according to Reuters, the move is part of BlackBerry’s strategy to turn its focus to software and device management.
The company decided to raise the glass to Android after the BlackBerry 10 fell short and remain under appreciated by the consumers. The struggle of BlackBerry once hailed as a mobile giant is because of the Android and iOS platforms.
Despite the fact that BlackBerry has used Android apps to its phone, the company opted to remain that fact discreet perhaps during those time the execs of the mobile company was still hoping that the BlackBerry 10 can compete and can hit the goal set by the company.
Now, that hope is gone because that one last shoot which is the BlackBerry 10 failed to impress consumers. That is why excutives of the BlackBerry were talking freely about the compatibility if their device to Android OS.
In 2013, BlackBerry gradually acknowlege the intense competetion among other in-demand platforms instead of forcible competition the mobile company be-friended the competitors thus and so BlackBerry Messenger was released to iOS and Android. Therefore the devices which runs with the competitors operating systems such as iPhones and Android devices can tap into BlackBerry Enterprise Service.
More than that the mobile company, BlackBerry had released a teaser at Mobile World Congress this year that might arrive this year it is like a slider phone. Furthermore, according to Reuters, BlackBerry is looking to add Android to an upcoming handset.