BlackBerry Priv, the first Android smartphone from the beleaguered Canadian smartphone maker, has been launched at Rs 62,999.
BlackBerry will launch its first Android-powered smartphone ‘Priv’ in India on January 28.
Pakistan Telecommunications Authority had notified the country’s mobile phone operators that BlackBerry Enterprise Services would not be allowed to operate in the country from “for security reasons”.
BlackBerry Priv camera and its keyboard slider have been appreciated by reviewers, but they are not convinced it will save the company’s sinking fortunes
BlackBerry is hoping that the Priv with its Android apps from the Google Play store and blend of productivity will help the company rebuild its smartphone market.
BlackBerry has officially started pre-orders for its Android-slider Priv in the US, starting at $699
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BlackBerry Priv is expected to run on a Snapdragon 808 CPU with 3GB RAM and Android Lollipop.
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The rugged, weather-proof BlackBerry box has an IP67 rating and a built-in battery that can easily last five years.
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