Today’s hot deal alert is about the BlackBerry Priv, the smartphone of choice for privacy oriented users, as until the remainder of the month this baby is on sale at a 23% discount. That means $150 less when buying a high-end BlackBerry smartphone which runs on Android, as weird as this may sound for the company’s fanboys.
The new BlackBerry DTEK50 just hit Europe with a price tag of €335, which translates roughly into $375. Actually, we just spotted the latest Canadian marvel on a Dutch website, but since Holland is a member of the EU and the smartphone is available online, we can safely presume that the latest BlackBerry DTEK50 is now basically on sale in the European Union, right?
BlackBerry has made some interesting choices over the past few years and they’ve made another today. The BlackBerry DTEK50 has become official, and it’s a handset you may be familiar with if you’ve been keeping up with our coverage.
The soon-to-be-released BlackBerry Hamburg, the company’s second Android powered smartphone, just passed through the Caudine Forks, i.e. FCC and it’s also confirmed it will be built by Alcatel/TCL.
Blackberry CEO John Chen said in a recent press conference that they still have a relevant position in the market even after posting a huge loss of $670 million for the first quarter of 2016. Now it looks like they are making their first move towards solidifying their position. Blackberry is currently working on 3 phones codenamed, Neon, Argon and Mercury. The phones are being manufactured by none other than Alcatel and it will be released one after the other.
BlackBerry dipped its toes into the Android waters last year for the very first time. While we know there are follow-ups on the way, we may have just gotten a look at the BlackBerry Hamburg thanks to some new renders.
Next month, BlackBerry will showcase their latest smartphone, at least according to the company’s CEO; to be more precise, BlackBerry is expected to reveal two cheaper models actually, one of them featuring a physical keyboard (code-named Rome) while the other being a regular touchscreen smartphone (Hamburg). Today’s piece of news is that the next BlackBerry Hamburg will be built by TCL, a Chinese company that manufactures Alcatel-branded smartphones.
We love to start our day with a juicy smartphone leak, especially when it’s for a device we haven’t heard much about. The BlackBerry Hamburg certainly fits that bill and the Android-based handset has just been benchmarked, so we’re back with news on the BlackBerry Hamburg specifications.
The BlackBerry Priv was the company’s first Android smartphone and received a largely positive response. It was therefore no secret that new Android offerings were in the pipeline, and now two new BlackBerry Android phones have been shown in leaked images. They are codenamed the BlackBerry Hamburg and Rome. In an interview in December BlackBerry […]
We always enjoy being able to inform readers that software updates are ready for their various devices, and today it’s the turn of BlackBerry Priv users to be treated. After a successful beta program the BlackBerry Priv 6.0 Marshmallow update is now available. We have details of the changes you can expect and how to […]