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It is a moment of great relief after BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) and TCL Communication have moved ahead to declare their plan to go ahead and start taking preorders associated with BlackBerry KEYone smartphone.

The announcement follows a series of meetings that have been held by the company lately most of which were focused on strategies that needed to be laid down to see to it that the company moved forward in terms of business success.

Becoming an industry leader as a matter of fact doesn’t come easy. According to one of the company’s top executives, proper organization as well as prudent allocation of resources would see the company scale up rising higher within the shortest timeframe.

According to revelations from the company’s insiders, preorders associated with Canada are set to kick-start effective  May 18 at select carriers and it is crucial to point out that the official launch will take places in less than tow weeks later in the month of MAY.

News just trickling in have brought forward the revelation that most of the BlackBerry enthusiasts located in the US will as a matter of fact need to wait until somewhere around May 31 in order to make their upcoming smartphone orders, and it is important to point of that the matter has been met with mixed reactions among the concerned parties.

As a matte of fact, a scarcity of details has been experienced, with TLC choosing to make public the unlocked CDMA and GSM variants which will of course be available at that particular time. A lot of directives continue to be unleashed as a matter of fact and for those in UK, it will now be easy to move ahead and pick up the KEYone most probably from April 27 at the Selfridges department store in London’s Oxford Street for £499.

According to some trusted sources, Carphone Warehouse will be taking to sell the phone starting May 5, 2017, of course with the availability of the carrier expanding through out the month of May. So much has been happening, but according to the company’s representatives every move is for the general good of the company as well as to all the concerned parties.

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