BlackBerry Priv


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BlackBerry Priv

An Android smartphone from BlackBerry. Introduced in 2015, the Priv features enterprise security with its DTEK platform that detects when an app is accessing private data. The slightly curved-edge 5.4" device includes a very high-end camera, plus a slide-out physical keyboard in addition to touchscreen keys. See BlackBerry.


The Android-Based Priv
One of the few Android smartphones with a physical keyboard, the Priv keyboard slides down for old-fashioned typing.
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Customers that opt for this deal will receive the BlackBerry Priv for a one-off payment of AED149.
Customers who opt for this deal will receive the BlackBerry Priv for a one-off payment of Dh149.
The security model of Blackberry is worth another page of this article, for ordinary mortals like us, it means: "Whether you're protecting your personal privacy or business-critical data, the BlackBerry PRIV is designed to keep you safe and secure" and to guarantee that user's privacy is protected and easily managed, Blackberry integrates security features in the Priv.
Blackberry has stopped using the proprietary BlackBerry operating system ever since the companies jumped to Android for the BlackBerry PRIV back in 2015.
Back in 2015, BlackBerry debuted its first ever smartphone running Google's Android operating system with the BlackBerry PRIV.
The companie's last two smartphones the BlackBerry Priv and the DTEK50 failed to generate adequate sales.
The devices might have been TCL's response to the negative feedback to the premium $700 BlackBerry Priv from 2015.
BlackBerry's last two devices, the BlackBerry Priv and the DTEK50, received lukewarm response and have failed to generate adequate sales.
It is the company's second Android phone - the previous one being the BlackBerry Priv.
So, you may still see Android phones from BlackBerry, like the BlackBerry Priv and DTEK50.
Chen only gave the confirmation that it's releasing a handset with a physical keyboard, he did not reveal if the upcoming smartphone is going to be a BlackBerry Priv successor.
Essentially, the smartphone seems to be a toned down version of the BlackBerry Priv, which also had the DTEK app, and pretty much the same features.