After Apple’s attempt at the smartwatch failed to impress the public on Tuesday, it sounds like somebody else is having a go at winning the public’s affections: Blackberry. Although a few years ago the smartphone maker was a top tech competitor, its sales and reputation have fallen quite a lot since the rise of the phablet, and it apparently sees its resurrection in the form of a wearable, according to CEO John Chen. At the Super Mobility Conference in Las Vegas, Chen states that he “would love to have… BBM on a wearable” and that “it’s definitely an area of research for us”. The announcement has sparked an onset of amusing tweets, mocking what the device (if ever made) will look like.
Shocking new images of the new SmartWatch by BlackBerry have allegedly leaked online… pic.twitter.com/INmbS0pdWl— Liam Hackett (@DiageoLiam) September 11, 2014
EXCLUSIVE: First look at BlackBerry's new smartwatch. pic.twitter.com/rgR7nmguxZ— Patrick Avenell (@Patrickavenell) September 10, 2014
BlackBerry to release competing smart watch for those who "prefer a physical keyboard" pic.twitter.com/yY2YDxTxds— Sajid Mehmood (@smehmood) September 9, 2014
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