Despite of smartphone market share shrink, BlackBerry is planning on cut an undisclosed number of jobs. “As BlackBerry moves into the next stage of its turnaround, we remain focused on driving efficiencies across our global workforce, said company spokesperson. BlackBerry is planning on releasing an Android smartphone as a part of its turnaround strategy in July. Blackberry controls 0.3% of the smartphone market. In 2014 it controlled 0.5% of the market, while in 2015 it had a more impressive 2.9% stake. BlackBerry controls 0.4% of the smartphone market followed by Windows Phone controls 2.5%, while iOS and Android controlling 17.9% and 79.9%, respectively.