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BlackBerry posts official 'Introducing Priv' video to YouTube, watch it here

BlackBerry posts official 'Introducing Priv' video to YouTube, watch it here

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BlackBerry's next device could make or break the company. When you think of smartphones, you likely think of Android, Apple, and Windows phones. BlackBerry comes in at a very distant fourth. But that might soon change, because BlackBerry is going Android.... >>

BlackBerry Priv specs, price and date confirmed, as pre-orders open

BlackBerry Priv specs, price and date confirmed, as pre-orders open

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Somewhat out of the blue, pre-orders for the BlackBerry Priv have opened at Carphone Warehouse, confirming all the details in the process.  The BlackBerry Priv has been one of the worst kept secrets in the smartphone world, with the leaks being so prolific... >>

BlackBerry Priv leaks: 64-bit chip capable of 4K video using 18MP camera

BlackBerry Priv leaks: 64-bit chip capable of 4K video using 18MP camera

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The new BlackBerry Priv, the now regularly leaked Android slider, has had arguably the biggest reveal yet. Specs including chip type, software abilities and more have appeared online. The BlackBerry Priv leak has appeared on the n4bb website which has... >>

BlackBerry Priv hands-on video reveals capacitive keyboard, Qualcomm and "all that good stuff"

BlackBerry Priv hands-on video reveals capacitive keyboard, Qualcomm and "all that good stuff"

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BlackBerry has taken a rather renegade approach to announcing its latest handset. It first confirmed that the Priv Android slider was real via CNBC (repeated on its blog), as well as writing the announcement into its quarterly results announcement. But... >>

BlackBerry CEO John Chen officially confirms Priv Android handset

BlackBerry CEO John Chen officially confirms Priv Android handset

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BlackBerry has officially confirmed the launch of the BlackBerry Priv, the rumoured Android slider that's been doing the rounds under the codename BlackBerry Venice. Although there's been no official press release, specs or supporting images, John Chen,... >>

BlackBerry Priv is the real name for the BB Venice Android slider

BlackBerry Priv is the real name for the BB Venice Android slider

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The next BlackBerry handset has had plenty of exposure recently, flaunting its wares under the codename BlackBerry Venice. It's been reported, however, that it's real name will be the BlackBerry Priv. The source of this information will be familiar to... >>

BlackBerry Venice Android phone caught on video for first time, see it here

BlackBerry Venice Android phone caught on video for first time, see it here

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The BlackBerry Venice is shaping up to be a really compelling handset - but nothing underscores that more than a recently-leaked video that shows the Android smartphone action. A hands-on video from Canadian phone retailer Baka Mobile has given the world... >>

Incredible BlackBerry Venice pictures show the Android BB from all angles

Incredible BlackBerry Venice pictures show the Android BB from all angles

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The rumoured BlackBerry Venice has leaked out in all its glory, showing the slider handset running Android. There have been growing leaks in the past few weeks, but the latest photos to appear courtesy of Vietnamese website Tinhte.vn and leave little... >>

Now the BlackBerry Passport appears on video, running Android

Now the BlackBerry Passport appears on video, running Android

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The Venice isn't the only BlackBerry that might be running Android. There have been rumours that the Passport might be getting an Android makeover too.  There's long been chatter about BlackBerry's relationship with Android. This started with support... >>

This is the BlackBerry Venice slider phone, coming in November and with Google Play Store

This is the BlackBerry Venice slider phone, coming in November and with Google Play Store

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When BlackBerry executive Ron Louks held up a previously announced slider phone at Mobile World Congress earlier this year it took many if not all by surprise. It was only a tease - wasn't even named - but represented an interesting new direction for... >>