Good link not updating calendar after re prov
Part of the reason Black Berry adopted Android is to do with developers. Like all businesses, developers go where the users are and, by proxy, the potential for money is greatest.Black Berry cannot adopt i OS and Windows 10 Mobile is in a similar position to BB10, so this just leaves one option: Android.The first thing I noticed about the handset was its display; the curved QHD panel looks utterly stunning.The PRIV isn’t perfect, as noted throughout this review, but I have tried to be as diplomatic as possible, highlighting why certain things might not work quite as well as they should, commending its positives, and attempting to explain the presence of certain performance gremlins.
At least I thought I did, but once I sat down and looked at the handset I realised it was VERY different looking in real life -- the pictures really do not do it justice.The PRIV is bigger and has a lot more presence than I had anticipated.Yes, that's right, there likely won't be any more BB10 handsets, at least not for you and I, according to the very same report Black Berry has obtained a certification within the US that allows it to work with the US government and security services, as well as major corporations, using BB10. Despite the feedback for the Priv being enough to make Black Berry develop more Android devices, Chen also said that if the firm fails to turn a profit from its handset division in 2016 he will likely sell the company. As of April 6, Black Berry has officially reduced the price of the unlocked handset as bought directly from the firm's own webstore, down from an RRP of 9(US) to 9 - of course many retailers have been selling it a reduced price for many months now, but with the official RRP dropping it may become a bit cheaper in other places too. Inside Black Berry — the official Black Berry blog — detailed what you can expect to find inside the new update aboard the PRIV, which goes a little something like this: I’d seen the leaks and read the reports and knew ALL about the specs and hardware before my briefing with Black Berry.Still, isn't a massive price drop, so we do wonder if it's enough to coerce anyone who may have been on the fence. I had a pretty solid idea about what the PRIV would look and function like.
Black Berry has now officially stated that it will be producing another Android-based phone in 2016, at least one, perhaps two, according to comments from CEO John Chen.
Speaking to CNET at the CES 2016 conference in Las Vegas, Chen said the reception of the Black Berry Priv had been very positive, enough to encourage the firm to not only create at least one or two new models for 2016, but also to focus its consumer-facing products on the Android operating system. Black Berry has pushed out the Android Marshmallow update for the Black Berry PRIV, and the update brings with it A LOT of new features and tweaks, as well as improved security.