Blackberry is still probing the issue with BBM for Android and iOS and paralleling we are working on to address all the identified bottleneck.
BlackBerry Messenger, which is set to be launched for Android and iOS devices, may be launched for Windows Phone operating system too. The creator of BlackBerry Messenger, Gary Klassen hinted this while talking to The Mobile Indian on the sidelines of an event in Hong Kong.
On the botched up roll out of BBM for Android and iOS, Gary said, "We are still probing the issue and we are working on to address all the identified bottleneck as we want Android and iOS users of BBM to have a good experience when it is made available.”
Earlier BlackBerry had announced to introduce BlackBerry Messenger for Android on September 21 and BlackBerry Messenger for iPhone on September 22. The Apple iPhone users got the BBM for iPhone on time but region-wise. However, the BBM for Android build got leaked just couple of hours before it was supposed to go live at the Google Play Store. BlackBerry stated that the unreleased version of BBM for Android caused issues and eventually paused the global roll out of BBM for Android and iPhone.
The Canadian company claims that more than 1.1 million users registered to download BBM in the first 8 hours, even though the Android version wasn't yet available and around 3 million people have registered themselves on BlackBerry's website to know about when BBM will be made available.
All major e-retailers have announced mega electronic sales, offering huge discounts on mobiles and tablets.
There is no information about its price yet but looking at its configuration, it is all likely to be a low-cost smartphone.
This week saw the grand entry of Meizu while other Indian smartphone makers made their presence felt with few affordable handsets.
The water and dust proof smartphone has the latest Android operating system and an octa core processor.
Hooq is a result of collaboration among Sony Pictures Television, Warner Bros and Singaporean telecommunications company Singtel Group.
ZTE is evaluating Make in India initiative and may step up a manufacturing or assembly plant in the country.
Unlike Xiaomi and Yu and few other companies practice of flash sale, Meizu has decided to make available M1 Note via open sales.
It will work with any TV with an HDMI Port and needs a Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n connection to stream online content.
Powered by the Android Wear operating system, the smartwatch works seamlessly with smartphones running Android 4.3 and above.
ZTE is expected to launch its Nubia range of smartphones on May 19 in India after a delay of four months.