John Chen, BlackBerry CEO, once said that the Canadian phone maker is considering no longer making smartphones and instead focus on software if the new BlackBerry Priv slider tuns out to be a flop. It seems, however, that the first Android-powered smartphone made by BlackBerry is selling exceptionally well, as is has been sold out […]
According to past reports, BlackBerry will no longer make smartphones if the new Android-powered Priv slider turns out to be a flop. So when do we get to find out if the BlackBerry Priv turns out to be a success or not? We could find out on the 18th of December. Flop or not So […]
Currently, the most powerful smartphone made by BlackBerry is the Priv with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 SoC under the hood. This particular CPU is a hexa-core (six cores) processor, and the same CPU found under hood of the LG G4. If a leaked benchmark test is to be believed, the Canadian phone maker is working on […]
Remember Jerry – the young man behind YouTube channel JerryRigEverything? If not, he was the one who proved that it takes very little effort to bend the Huawei Nexus 6P in half. Well, Jerry is back. This time, however, he has put a different device through a similar test. That device is the new BlackBerry Priv. […]
In the past, we heard that BlackBerry was cooking up an Android-powered version of the BlackBerry Passport. Since we haven’t heard about the rumoured device as of late, we’re guessing it will never see the light of day. This, however, doesn’t mean that the Canadian phone maker isn’t working on a device that offers similar […]
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