BlackBerry Priv


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BlackBerry Priv

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


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.
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The companie's last two smartphones the BlackBerry Priv and the DTEK50 failed to generate adequate sales.
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BlackBerry's last two devices, the BlackBerry Priv and the DTEK50, received lukewarm response and have failed to generate adequate sales.
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