Once a highly marketed feature of high-end smartphones, Qi wireless charging technology is now common even in the mid- and low-end category of Android phones. Customers like the idea of simply placing their devices onto a charging pad and not having to deal with tangled cables and broken charging connectors. If you don’t own a
QWERTY phones were pretty big a few years ago. It was a natural evolution from the standard keypad, and allowed customers to use their smartphones like their computers. Although QWERTY phones didn’t have the computing power of a full blown PC, it was no doubt a trendsetter in the mobile industry. But the trend sort
Smartphones have evolved quite a bit since the past few years. There was a time when phones with physical keyboards were considered the norm. However, that’s no longer the case with the advent of touchscreen handsets. With displays becoming larger and bigger every year, it’s nearly impossible to accommodate a physical keyboard within its exterior.
While most teachers would argue that smartphones are the work of the devil, being able to contact your child at any time far outweighs any negative effects smartphones may have on children. Not to mention that trying to convince a child that he or she doesn’t need a smartphone just because other kids have them
The unlocked #BlackBerryPriv is now selling on eBay for just $329.99. The handset has been selling for much cheaper previously, so this is a bit of a surprise really. But the Priv is still a pretty sweet deal for under $330, so we’re not going to complain. The handset’s claim to fame is the Android
The unlocked version of the #BlackBerryPriv can now be purchased for just $299.99. The smartphone was launched about a year ago, but for the price quoted by the seller here, it’s certainly a steal. The Priv comes with a fairly attractive hardware specs sheet on board which could put other phones of the same price
Nobody likes to be left behind, especially not eBay. Every year around major shopping holidays, all eyes are on Amazon, Best Buy, Target, and other major online retailers, trying to spot what the best deals of the year are. But it turns out that some of the sweetest discounts this year come from various sellers
The AT&T #BlackBerryPriv is available in abundance out there, mostly in the unlocked form. Well, if you were wondering about the state of the updates for these models, BlackBerry has you covered. The company has freshly announced that these devices will receive updates directly from BlackBerry, meaning the onus will be on BB to send out
The unlocked version of the #BlackBerryPriv is now selling on eBay for just $299.99. This is a repeat of last week’s deal, but still worth a mention given the kind of hardware it’s packing onboard. The BlackBerry Priv comes equipped with a pretty decent hardware specs sheet underneath, which makes it an exciting proposition for new
The #BlackBerryPriv is the company’s first ever Android smartphone, which meant it was not a minor device. However, the handset didn’t manage to do well in the market due to the exorbitant pricing. Well, you can now snatch one up for just $299.99 courtesy of an eBay retailer. The device has been selling for around
The AT&T unlocked BlackBerry Priv is now up for grabs via eBay for just $299.99. The handset was a frequent visitor to the deals page at this price point, but it has been selling for nearly $400 since recently. Keeping that in mind, it’s good to see that the retailers have come back to the
The AT&T #BlackBerryPriv is now getting the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. We know what you’re thinking. Didn’t the Priv get the Marshmallow update back in April? Well, yes it did, but AT&T has been kind of late to the party, while Verizon still hasn’t initiated the process yet. T-Mobile sent out the update about a month
Interested in getting BlackBerry’s attractive Android slider? Well, the #Priv can now be yours for just $299.99 thanks to a deal over at eBay. The handset has been consistently selling at this price for about three weeks now, so this could well be the permanent pricing of the handset until BlackBerry decides to halt production.
A handful of Nexus devices including the Nexus 5, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Nexus 7 2013, Nexus 9, Nexus Player and the Pixel C are now receiving the July security update. Surprisingly, the #BlackBerryPriv is also seeing the July patch as of now. This makes BlackBerry one of the first third-party OEMs to send