In May, BlackBerry CEO John Chen remarked that BlackBerry had been "distracted" by consumer devices: "We cast our nets a little too broadly... ." Lackluster devices like the needed to give way to BlackBerry's longtime focus on productivity and messaging -- we'd see some of that in the keyboard-toting . It's no surprise that BlackBerry's latest foray into the smartphone space would emphasize getting things done above all else, but this phone may have taken the idea a step too far.
A new print campaign in today’s newspapers suggest that Research in Motion (RIM) has dropped the prices of BlackBerry phones in India by as much as 27% making the devices even more affordable.
Short for "privacy" and" privilege" (as in, privacy is your privilege), the Priv ditches BlackBerry 10 OS to run Lollipop, but still promises to deliver the secure experience you'd expect from the BlackBerry pedigree. Remember BlackBerry 10 OS? Most developers don't.
Comfortable grip and slide-out for keyboard access Free standing in both portrait and landscape Compatible with PRIV by BlackBerry Sync Pod -
PRIV by BlackBerry