Last February, the once-great Nokia and BlackBerry brands each hoped to stage a triumphant return at the worlds largest phone show.
A year on, we're still waiting for a knockout device that will put either one back in the international spotlight in a meaningful way.
Despite the brands launching eight Android phones between them in the past year, it's clear neither one has turned the tide.
Neither company can expect to return to their pre-2010 heights, before the phone world accelerated its path to its current iPhone-Android duopoly. But if their respective comebacks fall flat, it means fewer choices for consumers in an era increasingly dominated by Apple and Samsung handsets.
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