Goodbye to BlackBerry and the history of their smartphone
Before the tough competition to Apple and Samsung, BlackBerry announced that it will no longer manufacture phones to focus on software development.
In March 2002, the technology company Research in Motion released the BlackBerry 5810, considered the first smartphone on the market.
2005: The cutting edge
The Canadian company launched the "Pearl" series that had Manager email, audio and video player, camera, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi access. In addition, it developed BlackBerry Messenger, application to chat which is anticipated to Whatsapp, Google and Facebook.
2007: the fame
For 200, several celebrities already used BlackBerry models, including Barack Obama during his first presidential campaign. In that year, the "Curve" had one of the best browsers on the market.
That same year, Apple released the first generation of the iPhone.
2009: Touch screen
Before the competition, BlackBerry bet by a screen touch in the model "Storm", that included system operating new and imitated the idea of Apple and Nokia's have a center of download of applications.
Despite this, experts began to point out the benefits and advances of Apple phones.
This year, Samsung and Apple already dominated the mobile device market. The above, because had higher resolution cameras, more and better applications, screens with better definition and operating systems more user-friendly for the user.
Although the BlackBerry 10 operating system launched in 2013, it was not accepted among users, who preferred the earlier trade marks.
Finally, in October, 2015, BlackBerry released "Priv", its first smartphone under the operating system Android. The final bet neither did work. Priv sales did not reach the proposed goals.
Yesterday, the company reported that it would stop producing phones to devote himself solely to software development.
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