The Blackberry Priv is turning heads everywhere for smartphone users. With this Blackberry’s first foray into Android, while keeping the physical keyboard that many of us loved or at least
One of the more intriguing phones of 2015 was recently announced just over a week ago, the Android powered Blackberry device called the PRIV. AT&T is the first U.S. carrier
Starting today, Blackberry’s newest flagship phone is available to pre-order if you’re in the US, Canada or the UK. Pricing for the device for Canadians is $899 CDN, $699 in
It appears that BlackBerry accidentally let its official Priv listing go live. Various sources are reporting that they spotted the page on BlackBerry’s website moments before it was taken down.
In the last few weeks, since the BlackBerry CEO confirmed and (awkwardly) showed off the new BlackBerry Priv, folks have been wondering what will be under the hood. Luckily, the
Are you one of the many Android fans who values high end hardware? Are you interested in a physical keyboard? Well, the new BlackBerry Priv features both of those things
BlackBerry this week confirmed it will release an Android-powered sliding smartphone under the name of Priv. The long rumored and ballyhooed device was mentioned as part of the company’s most
Oddly enough, one of the mostly anticipated Android devices that is going to hit the shelves later this year is made by BlackBerry. The device which has the code name ‘Venice’,
Leaks have been springing out of everywhere in regards to the first BlackBerry device to run Android. The BlackBerry Venice has gotten its glamour shots, and has been around the block quite
Looking back, the past couple years of Android have been incredible for smartphone buyers. We’ve seen amazing devices come from all the major players, all of them desperately wanting their
It’s no secret that BlackBerry are developing their own Android device, given the number of renders and leaked specs that have made their way onto the internet, but to confirm
Legendary leaker Evan Blass, also known as evleaks on Twitter has posted new details that “confirm” the Blackberry Venice will launch on all four national carriers in November. Not only that
It looks like the rumors swirling around BlackBerry adopting Android for their devices have finally come to fruition. The last round of rumors stated that..
Could BlackBerry be making the Android device we’ve all been waiting for? With a 5.4-inch screen, Snapdragon 808 SoC, 3GB of RAM, Adreno 418 GPU, and a slide-out PHYSICAL KEYBOARD,
Do you remember Blackberry? You know, the once uber-popular device manufacturer that has since fallen from the minds of most consumers. Well, they have been trying to become prevalent again