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A BlackBerry exec said that two more Android handsets are on the way, and also confirmed that the company is in the midst of a full 'transition' to Android, although BB10 is still more secure for now.
BlackBerry is looking to capitalize on the Indian market, but when you look at the price tag on its Priv smartphone, it is hard to believe that Indians will pass on cheaper high end alternatives.
Nearly three months following the release of the Blackberry PRIV on AT&T, T-Mobile US has finally launched the smartphone on their network. PRIV is Blackberry's first Android-powered smartphone.
T-Mobile will be offering the BlackBerry Priv starting next week. The handset will be available via 'Jump! On Demand' and can be purchased with payments. The Priv will arrive on January 26th.
Although BlackBerry adopted Android for its latest flagship smartphone, the company isn't planning to ditch its homegrown BlackBerry 10 OS just yet, and will be rolling out an update this year.
comScore's latest data for the US smartphone market shows that Windows phone share declined by 0.1% for a second quarter, while iOS fell by 1.0% - but Android was the big winner, up by 1.4% to 53.1%.
BlackBerry's fall from grace has been quite spectacular. But they're still going, and the recent switch to Android seems to have steadied its course, and is set to be the OS of choice through 2016.
BlackBerry has said that it will continue to operate in Pakistan, after discussions led to the government dropping its demands for "unfettered access" to the company's email and messaging servers.
BlackBerry CEO, John Chen, has revealed in an interview that the company could launch its second Android smartphone next year depending on the response received by the Priv
BlackBerry says it has "no choice but to exit [Pakistan] entirely" after the government demanded "unfettered access" to its servers, to allow it to read every email and BBM message sent there.
It looks like BlackBerry might have another Android handset up its sleeve in the form of 'Vienna'. The leaked handset looks more like a traditional BlackBerry handset with exposed keyboard.
BlackBerry's Priv - which features a 5.4-inch dual-curved Quad HD display, hexa-core Snapdragon 808 CPU and slide-out keyboard - went on sale on AT&T last week, and will soon be available on Verizon.
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BlackBerry will reportedly roll out Android Marshmallow for its latest flagship smartphone, the Priv, in 2016, but no specific time frame has been revealed by the company.
BlackBerry has revealed that it will be providing monthly security updates to its Android-powered Priv smartphone, in an effort to make the platform secure and ready for enterprise adoption.
AT&T has announced that it will be offering the BlackBerry PRIV starting on November 6th. Featuring a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the Android device will be available for $249 on a two-year contract.
BlackBerry is now accepting pre-orders directly for its new Priv flagship in the UK, US and Canada, and prices are slightly lower than expected - but the device will ship with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
The BlackBerry Priv briefly appeared on the company's web store, confirming many of its key specs, and revealing that the Android flagship will cost $750 off-contract in the US, and $949 in Canada.
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BlackBerry's first Android smartphone can now be pre-ordered in the UK through Carphone Warehouse, although the official unveiling of the device is still a few weeks away.
A renowned Chinese leaker has revealed via Weibo that the new BlackBerry Priv will set you back around $630. If you think that's a bit high, don't worry, there will be installment plans too.
BlackBerry has revealed the first official images of its new Android flagship, the 'PRIV', which the company says is a reference to 'privacy [being] a fast-disappearing privilege in the modern world'.
Earlier this week BlackBerry confirmed that it is planning to launch an Android smartphone and now a video of the company's CEO showing off the device has been posted online.
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BlackBerry published its latest quarterly results today - and after selling just 800,000 smartphones, and booking a larger-than-expected loss, it's confirmed that a new Android flagship is on the way.
It seems that the new Android flagship - featuring a large display that slides up to reveal a physical (but still touch-sensitive) keyboard - will be called the BlackBerry Priv.
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BlackBerry is still mum about its plans to release an Android smartphone, but the device has already popped up on the internet on many occasions and this time there are few more pics that have leaked.
BlackBerry has announced that it will be acquiring U.S-based security firm, Good Technology, for $425 million in an all-cash deal to further enhance its mobile device management platform.
According to the latest data from comScore, 2.9% of smartphone-owners in the U.S use Windows Phones, consistent with last month's marketshare, while Android and iOS lead the race by a long margin.
The BlackBerry 'Venice' has been getting plenty of exposure since its unofficial unveiling at MWC 2015. Today, new high-quality images of the Android handset have leaked, giving us the best look yet.
Semi-retired leaker Evan Blass has released two videos that display BlackBerry's rumored Android phone, Venice, in its full glory. The videos feature the device's camera and slide-out keyboard.
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BlackBerry's upcoming Android flagship - which features a Galaxy S6 edge-style dual-curved display - has appeared in another leaked image, clearly showing the handset's slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
BlackBerry has announced a new partnership with Google to develop new enterprise security standards for Android and improved device management tools for businesses.
BlackBerry's new handset features a slide-out keyboard, and has apparently been revealed in a leaked image, showing a Galaxy S6 edge-style dual-curved display, and what seems to be stock Android.
If you're a Blackberry Messenger user, rejoice, as the company has pushed a new update that will add some interesting privacy features. The app has been updated on iOS, Android and Blackberry 10.
While Samsung and Apple lead the UK smartphone market, Microsoft beat Sony and Motorola into third place, thanks to considerable year-on-year sales growth... and the continuing decline of BlackBerry.
Back in March, BlackBerry's handset boss Ron Louks surprised the audience by whipping out an unannounced, large-screen phone that featured a dual curved screen and a slideout keyboard.
BlackBerry has started rolling out the 10.3.2 update in the U.S. which includes support for the Amazon Appstore, adding "hundreds of thousands of Android apps" for those users.
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According to new reports, BlackBerry might be looking to adopt Android for one of its next handsets. This could prove a good move and help showcase the company's focus on enterprise device management.
BlackBerry's latest handset, known by its development codename 'Oslo', seems to be little more than a rehashed version of its Passport, reportedly featuring identical specs but with a revised design.
Don't freak out too much. Microsoft isn't planning on buying BlackBerry anytime soon, but they are evaluating the possibility of such a takeover. Leather and carbon fiber clad Windows Phones anybody?
The new BlackBerry Leap smartphone is now available in the UK on pay monthly contracts from £22 per month from Vodafone or £199.99 SIM free and unlocked direct from BlackBerry.
It seems like BlackBerry is not ready to give up its square smartphone design or physical keyboards yet, as an image has surfaced showing off the "Oslo" based on last year's Passport design.
Comscore's monthly stats are in, showing slight gains for the market share of Windows Phone and Android and dips for Apple and BlackBerry in the USA during the 3 month period ending February 2015.
Apple has allowed its customers to trade in their old iPhones in part-exchange for a new one since 2013 - but you can now trade in select Windows, Android and BlackBerry phones under the program too.
Cyanogen, the company behind CyanogenMod, have raised $80 million to keep building their community and expand upon their already large user base to become the third place OS behind Apple and Android.