BlackBerry's Z10, a touch screen phone, looks almost identical to the iPhone 5. Again, this isn't innovation if you rip off the design features of your competitor and put your company's name on it.
The company is still in trial-and-error mode are it explores plans for venues selling goods that many consumers still prefer to buy in physical stores.
The markets have become too enthusiastic, and now it's time to pay for it.
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Samsung has a lot to prove with its signature smartphone following its Galaxy Note 7 disaster.