BlackBerry’s first #Android phone, the #Priv, might not have been a grand success, but the company is surely willing to have another go at it. We’ve heard about the company’s intentions to release mid-ranged handsets and we’re now getting an approximate price tag on this mysterious device, which is expected to be unveiled later this year.
#BlackBerry is not exactly a flourishing company right now. The #Priv hasn’t been a success for the company as we all know, but we could be hearing about a new device as early as next month. We must mention that it’s unlikely that a new device will be shown off next week, but it is
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
A new leak has revealed what looks like an upcoming #BlackBerry #Android handset. The leak doesn’t offer us a glimpse of the front portion and our visibility is limited to the rear panel, which reveals a metal frame, suggesting strongly that this would be a mid-range offering. BlackBerry CEO John Chen has made it clear that the
The BlackBerry Priv was subject to a lot of speculation late last year when it was launched. However, the smartphone failed to meet the company’s expectations, thanks to the exorbitant pricing. But it seems like BlackBerry has learned its lesson, with third party retailers offering several discounts on this handset. The latest discount on eBay
We recently stumbled across a deal on the #BlackBerryPriv, which was selling for $399.99. Today, we’re coming across a revised deal, which cuts down an additional $40 on the asking price, bringing the cost down to just $359.99. This is an incredible price on an offering such as this one and could be a hot
The #BlackBerryPriv is now available from eBay for just $399.99 thanks to a new deal. The smartphone comes with what many consider the best physical QWERTY keyboard, one with Android anyway. The keyboard row on the smartphone also acts as a touchpad to navigate within the UI, which is a nice touch. The handset was selling
Interested in getting a flagship offering on the cheap? We suggest you direct your attention towards eBay, where a seller is currently offering the #BlackBerryPriv for just $379.99. There’s no mention of a validity here, so we’re guessing it will remain through the weekend at the very least. But knowing the nature of eBay deals, it’s
A retailer over at eBay is offering the unlocked #BlackBerryPriv for just $379.99. This is a very impressive price tag on the handset, especially considering the fact that this handset usually sells for over $600. But by BlackBerry’s own admission, the Priv has been slightly overpriced and this might be the company’s way of making
Beta testers of the #BlackBerryPriv smartphone were said to be getting the #Marshmallow update a week ago. It has now been found that the smartphone will start getting the Android 6.0 update next week. This means that regular customers of the Priv who are not beta testers will get to enjoy Marshmallow on their Priv
The #BlackBerryPriv smartphone is slightly expensive at $699. However, the AT&T model was available for just under $680. The carrier has now decided to slash the prices further as the handset is just $630 from the company’s official website and retail outlets. The handset is available for as low as $450 from other third party
The #BlackBerryPriv smartphone is today getting the #Android #Marshmallow Beta update, just as the company promised. However, only a select few users are seemingly getting the update as of now, but a wider beta rollout is expected to commence shortly. With this beta update, the company can ascertain the bugs and issues that there might
The CEO of #BlackBerry, John Chen has mentioned that the company will release two more smartphones based on #Android this year. This comes on the heels of the company releasing the #Priv handset late last year to partial success. The handset was quick to sell out from most retailers although the sales have predictably come