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The premium Android 7.1 device is exclusively available from the world-famous Selfridges department store in London from today, priced at £499 SIM-free, and will be available nationwide from May 5.
BlackBerry has announced pricing details in the US and Canada for its new KEYone handset. The device was originally due to launch this month, but its release was pushed back until May.
The BlackBerry KEYone features a QWERTY keyboard below a high-resolution 4.5-inch display, Snapdragon 625 processor, 3GB RAM, and more. It's now available to pre-order in the UK, shipping next month.
BlackBerry has won about $815 million as a refund for overpayments made to Qualcomm. The award is non-appealable and has seen BlackBerry's stock jump by 15 percent since the announcement.
It looks like the BlackBerry brand may soon pop up on more than just phones. In a recent earnings call, CEO John Chen hinted at possible tablets, wearables, and even medical devices using it.
BlackBerry's TCL-manufactured, Android-powered KEYone smartphone with a physical keyboard has reportedly run in to some issues that have caused its launch to be delayed by at least a month.
If you're looking to get your hands on a BlackBerry PRIV, now is probably the best time. Although the KEYone is set to arrive in the coming months, the PRIV has recently been discounted to $349.
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The latest BlackBerry-branded handset has been unveiled, with a large 720p display, 4GB RAM, 32GB storage and 13MP rear camera. Priced around $260, the Aurora is "made in Indonesia, for Indonesians".
BlackBerry is one of the first manufacturers to roll out the March security update for its Android devices, after Google released its latest round of patches for the OS earlier this week.
While BlackBerry is currently selling the Priv for $499 via its online store, you can now get the high-end Android handset - which features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard - elsewhere for just $289.99.
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A few days after the debut of the BlackBerry KEYone, it appears a new handset has leaked online. This model looks quite different and could offer specifications that peg it as an entry device.
TCL, the exclusive rights holder for the BlackBerry brand, could be planning to launch as many as three new Android smartphones with the iconic Canadian brand by the end of this year.
TCL unveiled its latest Blackberry handset, the KEYone today and, although it will be available in a couple months, you can now signup to be informed when the handset will be ready for purchase.
TCL unveiled its new BlackBerry-branded Android handset, and we got some hands-on time at the launch event. The high-end handset has a physical QWERTY keyboard, and promises "unparalleled security".
At Mobile World Congress 2017, BlackBerry has officially unveiled its 'KEYone' handset - which was developed under the code-name 'Mercury'. The device comes with a physical QWERTY keyboard as well.
This year's Mobile World Congress promises to be one of the best yet, with a variety of exciting new devices on the way from the likes of LG, BlackBerry, Nokia, Samsung, Huawei, and more.
Blackberry has sued Nokia for intentionally infringing its patents, demanding tha the Finnish company pay damages. This isn't the first time the two companies have clashed in a patent row.
Gartner's final statistics for 2016 are in, and they spell doom for Microsoft's and Blackberry's mobile efforts. Meanwhile, Apple dethroned Samsung to become top selling vendor during the holidays.
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After teasing its new BlackBerry-branded premium phone in January, TCL has confirmed that the new device - codenamed 'Mercury' - will be formally unveiled later this month, and Neowin will be there.
EE is informing customers that it's no longer supporting its My EE account management app on Windows phones or BlackBerry devices, advising users to log into its website on their devices instead.
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Google has started pushing the latest security updates for its Android operating system. A large number of fixes are in tow, and luckily, some third party manufacturers are already on board.
After months of leaks, TCL finally revealed its new BlackBerry-branded phone, which has a fixed QWERTY keyboard below the display - but it's not saying anything about specs, pricing or availability.
While BlackBerry is done with the building and manufacturing of hardware, it appears they have designed the most recent offering, which will be unveiled at CES and reportedly head to Verizon Wireless.
Although BlackBerry once held as much as 20% of the smartphone market share, today it officially bows out as the company announces it has sold manufacturing rights to the BlackBerry brand to TCL.
Over a year after Google released Android 6.0, and six months after BlackBerry said the Marshmallow update was available for the Priv, Verizon has finally begun rolling out the update to the device.
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Blackberry has been talking about its decision to end in-house device manufacturing , but surprising analysts, has also confirmed that Blackberry 10 OS isn't dead and buried, at least not yet.
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BlackBerry has announced that it will "end all internal hardware development", with future "BlackBerry-branded devices" built by third parties, running its custom "secure Android smartphone software".
After BlackBerry published details of its new Android phone on a web page with "do-not-publish" in its URL last week, leaked images of the DTEK60 now show a strong resemblance to Alcatel's Idol 4S.
The full specs list of the BlackBerry DTEK60, codename 'Argon', have leaked. The 5.5-inch device reportedly features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.
Gartner says 1.97m Windows phones were sold last quarter, compared with 1.2m Lumias, but global market share dropped again, to 0.6%. Android grew to 86.2%, with Samsung grabbing 22.3% of the market.
BlackBerry has cut a hefty chunk off the price of its Android flagship, the Priv, in several key markets, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and various parts of Europe.
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After publishing details of the new handset prematurely today, BlackBerry has now officially announced the DTEK50, an upper-mid-range device running a "hardened" version of Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
BlackBerry's new mid-range Android phone prematurely appeared on its site today, revealing images of the device, along with key specs - including a Snapdragon 617 SoC, 3GB RAM, 16GB storage, and more.
Two and a half months after BlackBerry made the update available for the device - and over nine months after Marshmallow was first released - Android 6.0.1 is finally rolling out to the Priv on AT&T.
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According to a new report, BlackBerry is possibly working on three new Android handsets with promising specifications. The upcoming devices are codenamed as Neon, Argon, and Mercury.
A new report claims that BlackBerry is discontinuing its devices running on BlackBerry 10. However, support for existing devices on the OS will continue with uninterrupted warranty and technical aid.
BlackBerry is expected to launch two mid-range Android smartphones this year, and the company is probably relying on the Chinese manufacturer, TCL, to build one of these handsets.
Over eight months after Marshmallow was first released - and six weeks after it made its way to the device on other US carriers - Android 6.0 is finally available for the BlackBerry Priv on T-Mobile.
The executive said that many sales of the Priv were to BlackBerry loyalists who disliked Android and later returned it, adding that the high price also contributed to weak demand for the device.
PayPal has issued a statement that all users must be using version 6.0 of the firm's app by June 30. Any older version will no longer work, which includes Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Fire OS.
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