BlackBerry Reportedly May Exit From Korea

Posted on Feb 18 2013 - 11:18am by Editorial Staff
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First after leaving Japan, now its turn for South Korea, BlackBerry (or better known as Research In Motion) will may exit the South Korean Market by the first half of 2013, according to country’s media. Korean publication Yonhap citing “industry sources” that BlackBerry is pulling out itself from the South Korean market in the wake up of poor sales.

Thanks to the world’s two top smartphone makers, Samsung and Apple, BlackBerry has suffered from failing sales in the smartphone market. With more number of users in South Korea are using Apple’s iPhone or other smartphones running on Android platform, there is no doubt on how much condition is difficult for the company to make big.

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