There is news from Reuters that Android may be inviting another gadget organization into the fold. The ambushed BlackBerry is allegedly taking a gander at receiving Android for a slider handset that will be released in the second half of 2015. Actually it feels like too little, past the point of no return, in light of the fact that there are a considerable measure of dangers in changing working frameworks from the custom made BB10 to the Google-impacted Android:
A Google Play certified BlackBerry gadget would have simple access to the full scope of Android applications, however with strict prerequisites on the consideration situation of Google applications, it would make it difficult for BlackBerry apps to stand out.
That said, a change to Android-fueled equipment does bode well. While BlackBerry keeps on planning handset, the development is by Foxconn. With Android the product driving the equipment, there are expense investment funds to be made through off-the-rack equipment with existing driver backing for Android. CEO John Chen keeps on focussing on productivity funds and expense decreases – diminishing the huge cost in hardware reconciliation with programming could be his next target.
“The sources, who asked not to be named as they have not been authorized to discuss the matter publicly, said the move to use Android is part of BlackBerry’s strategy to pivot to focus on software and device management. BlackBerry, which once dominated smartphone sales, now has a market share of less than 1 percent.”