As promised, AT&T is now pushing its first update to the BlackBerry Priv, bringing along with it a number of changes. Those who purchased their phones from AT&T instead of BlackBerry can now grab the OTA download.
BlackBerry has announced the winner of its Priv Carrying Solution Design Competition. The winning design, which allows the smartphone to be carried and used by bicyclists, could end up being made by BlackBerry.
BlackBerry team members will participate in an AMA session on Reddit to answer questions about the Priv smartphone on Thursday, Dec. 3. The session will take place on the r/Android subreddit begginning at 2 p.m ET.
If you missed BerryFlow live this week, you'll want to make sure you catch the audio or video replay. This week, in addition to our usual discussion surrounding the weeks BlackBerry news, we were joined by Sean Silcoff Co-Author, Losing the Signal to discuss some of the history and future of BlackBerry. Also, make sure you check our contest at the bottom of this post.
The BlackBerry Priv is now officially available from Carphone Warehouse, and you can pick one up for £559 SIM free. If you're looking to grab one on a plan it will run £59 upfront and £39 a month through Vodafone with 6GB of data included.
Pre-orders have already begun, but now BlackBerry has announced that the Priv will officially be available for consumers in mid-November for HK$6,488. The phone will be available at a variety of retailers, including China Mobile Hong Kong Company Limited, csl. and 1O1O under CSL Mobile Limited and others.