Alcatel tct mobile 0t-3558

 

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Alcatel tct mobile 0t-3558

TCL Communication Technology Holdings Limited (TCT) at the side-lines of the CES preview event confirmed to Gadgets 360 that the new BlackBerry smartphone codenamed Mercury won't make it to the Indian market following the license deal in December.

Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry on Thursday was expected to launch final QWERTY smartphone, made by TCT, at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. The company however changed plans and promised to launch the new BlackBerry Mercury at the MWC show next month . CES 2017 only saw the smartphone being revealed, without any real details disclosed alongside.

Jason Gerdon, Senior Manager, Communications North America, TCT confirmed the news when speaking to Gadgets 360. The news is not entirely unexpected, as according to the deal announced in December , TCT will be the exclusive global manufacturer and distributor for all BlackBerry-branded smartphones worldwide except of select markets including India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh and Indonesia.

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