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as declared in BlackBerry fans in Indonesia will soon have access to a BlackBerry device developed exclusively for them.
There are several markets where BlackBerry will continue to work with other device makers, and Indonesia is one of them.
The Aurora is still an Android device, though.
It was manufactured by an Indonesian company called BB Merah Putih.
Indonesia is one of BlackBerry’s biggest markets—it was selling classic BB OS devices in Indonesia long after demand had died down in the rest of the world.
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The company quietly launched another smartphone yesterday in Indonesia called the Aurora.
The handset basically comes from BB Merah Putih, which holds the license for making, marketing, and selling BlackBerry branded smartphones in Indonesia.
BlackBerry shutdown its hardware business but that doesn’t mean that it is out of it.
The smartphone was announced with a price tag of IDR 3,499,000 ($260) which is roughly about Rs 18,000.
BlackBerry launches new Aurora smartphone – but here’s why you can’t get it
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The BlackBerry Aurora is the company’s first release in partnership with Indonesian firm BB Merah Putih, and looks to offer another affordable Android smartphone.
However for anyone based in the UK, getting the BlackBerry Aurora might not be as easy as expected.
At first glance, the BlackBerry Aurora looks like a fairly decent mid-range Android device.
That’s because the BlackBerry Aurora will initially only go on sale in Indonesia.