The BlackBerry Priv finally launched last month, bringing an end to a seemingly endless stream of rumors and speculation. And if you picked up BlackBerry’s first Android phone, you’ll be pleased to hear that it’s now getting its first software update.
BlackBerry says that its now pushing its inaugural update to ... Read More »
It was only days ago that the BlackBerry Priv was officially released, and now images of what may be BlackBerry’s next Android phone have surfaced.
Renders of a device called the BlackBerry Vienna — likely a codename, like Venice was to the Priv — have ... Read More »
It’s only been a few days since AT&T confirmed that it would be carrying the BlackBerry-branded PRIV, and now Verizon Wireless is getting in on the fun.
By way of its official Verizon News Twitter account, the carrier has confirmed that it will also carry the Android-powered BlackBerry PRIV. Unfortunately for those that might be ... Read More »
BlackBerry is known for its security in the corporate world, and with the PRIV running Android, the company will have to deal with an entirely different method of keeping its device safe.
We all know how carriers love to delay Android updates. BlackBerry has spoken about such problems and revealed that important security hotfixes can be ... Read More »
While the Priv, BlackBerry’s Android device, appeared on the company’s website not too long ago boasting a hefty price tag of $749 and a launch date of the middle of November, it turns out BlackBerry has had a change of heart. The Priv has appeared on the company’s site again with some major changes in tow.
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There’s a lot of interest surrounding the BlackBerry Priv, not only because it’s BlackBerry’s first Android smartphone, but also because it’s the first Android smartphone with a physical keyboard that we’ve seen in a long time. Unfortunately, BlackBerry hasn’t really given us much information on when we’ll be able to try ... Read More »
The BlackBerry PRIV might not be the most exciting device of the year, but it’s definitely intriguing. I’m personally very interested in it, as I’m one of those that dearly misses physical keyboards on phones.
BlackBerry has decided to tease a few more specs to get people interested in the device. The battery is going ... Read More »
As BlackBerry is gearing up to release its first Android-powered smartphone, CEO John Chen has revealed that the company may throw in the towel on its hardware efforts if they fail to make a profit within the next year. BlackBerry, once a global leader in the early smartphone race, has struggled to stay relevant ... Read More »
If you’ve been longing for a new Android phone with a physical keyboard, BlackBerry’s got what you need.
BlackBerry has announced that it’s working on an Android phone called the “BlackBerry Priv.” The Priv will be BlackBerry’s first Android phone, with a launch expected to take place in late 2015. ... Read More »
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The BlackBerry Venice has been the star of a number of leaks lately, including reports that suggest that it’ll launch on all four US carriers in November. Despite all of those leaks, though, we’ve never known what the Venice will be known as once it actually hits store shelves. That is, ... Read More »