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.
Apart from the standard unlock function, the fingerprint scanner can also register gestures, launch the camera and even take photos.
As per reports, the Asus Zenfone Go is said to have a 5 inch screen with high definition resolution and the Mediatek MT6582 chipset.
The upcoming phone, purportedly named as Xiaomi Mi5, is to succeed the Xiaomi Mi 4.
Many major operators including Airtel, Vodafone, MTS and Reliance Communication have announced their readiness for full MNP.
Meizu entered the Indian market in May this year with the M1 Note.
The Facebook Lite claims to consume less data and is meant for 2G and such slower internet.
The Xioami Redmi Note 4G is now available for Rs 7,999 against its earlier price of Rs 9,999.
Xolo has released a new teaser of the first smartphone under its new sub brand, the Black.
This new Special tariff voucher will allow both GSM and CDMA customers in Mumbai to receive free incoming calls while they are roaming on Tata Docomo's national network.
Over a dozen devices were launched last week including the most talked about Lenovo K3 Note and Sony's new flagship, the Xperia Z3+.