If you’re planning to purchase a BlackBerry Priv in the US then, you can do so by either purchasing an AT&T-carrier enabled BlackBerry Priv from AT&T or alternatively, by purchasing an unlocked version of the smartphone from the BlackBerry or Walmart store. However, T-Mobile is soon going to launch its own carrier-locked BlackBerry Priv via magenta carrier on January 26.
Sporting a retail price of $719.99, Priv comes nicely dressed in a formal black shade suit. With lots of impressive features and strong tech specifications, BB has come out with all guns blazing. A 3410 mAh battery, 3 GB RAM, Snapdragon 808 CPU, altimeter, gyro sensor, proximity sensor, BB’s natural sound algorithm, and accelerometer are some of the features the device packs.
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Priv is one of the sleekest and smartest looking BlackBerry phones till date. Besides a slim built, the business smartphone has a classy finish too. The phone is a delight to hold, thanks to its curved edges, and its display has a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels to shoot clear and crisp images. Along with the exquisite touch display, the phone remains connected to its roots by featuring its traditional physical QWERTY keyboard.
Priv comes with an 18 MP camera along with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and Dual-flash to provide a high quality and crystal-clear images. The smart inbox in BB Hub will help you manage all your communications on a single hub. With the BB Hub, you can compose an email, provide calendar invitation or respond directly to the messages.
T-Mobile users will be able to grab the new Android-powered BlackBerry Priv in many different ways, including Jump! On Demand. With the new T-Mobile upgrade program, you have to pay $0 upfront followed by 24 monthly payments of $30 each. T-Mobile customers can also choose 18 monthly payments of $34 each.
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