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Chen's comeback plan for BlackBerry compared to a quadruple bypass operation

0. phoneArena posted on 25 Dec 2013, 01:34

This past week, new BlackBerry CEO John Chen gave us some idea of what to expect with his plan to bring the company back from the dead. Relying on its deal with contract manufacturer Foxconn, BlackBerry will be providing software only to a series of low-end phones developed and produced by the contract manufacturer. Foxconn will also handle inventory, warehousing and order fulfillment...

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posted on 25 Dec 2013, 02:10 1

1. xperiaDROID (banned) (Posts: 5629; Member since: 08 Mar 2013)

I hope he didn't forget about the lack of apps on the App World.

Good luck Mr. Chen and BlackBerry! We are waiting for your comeback.

posted on 25 Dec 2013, 03:59 2

2. dratomic (Posts: 483; Member since: 09 Oct 2013)

chinese ceo... wish nokia had chosen one instead of flop

posted on 25 Dec 2013, 05:33

3. apiskula (banned) (Posts: 578; Member since: 25 Jan 2013)

They will never come back. Just did nobody wants you anymore

posted on 25 Dec 2013, 06:56 1

4. kenobi (Posts: 35; Member since: 30 Apr 2013)

Even a collateral swing of good mood can raise the hope for miraculous comeback. He missed all the details. Is this guy really an analyst? They should call a gypsi fortune teller, dress him/her a suit and tie with half salary

posted on 25 Dec 2013, 10:30 1

5. tenzin (Posts: 111; Member since: 20 Dec 2013)

I have high hopes because my z30 is best smartphone I ever had any my old android or wp cannot compete to bb10

posted on 25 Dec 2013, 10:45 3

6. phonemonkey (Posts: 168; Member since: 13 Feb 2012)

It is a joke;
They need to sell the company while its worth something

posted on 25 Dec 2013, 11:46

7. kanagadeepan (Posts: 981; Member since: 24 Jan 2012)

Final result... Operation success, Patient closed... (Happened with patient Nokia by Dr.Flop)

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