BlackBerry is now pushing out a fresh Marshmallow beta update for the Priv to those who signed up to help test it, though, this time around they are being a bit more specific about who exactly will be receiving it.
If you've been waiting for T-Mobile to launch the BlackBerry Priv, your wait is now over. As announced previously, the Un-carrier has now made BlackBerry's first Android-powered smartphone available online at T-Mobile.com and in T-Mobile stores.
T-Mobile has revealed the pricing for its version of the BlackBerry Priv, which will go on sale on January 26. The carrier will offer the Android-based smartphone for $719.99 up front, or for $0 down and $30 a month for 24 months. There's also the option of paying $34 a month for 18 months under the carrier's JUMP! On Demand program.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen confirmed during a presentation at CES 2016 that the Android-based BlackBerry Priv would soon be offered by Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, following AT&T's 60-day exclusive for the smartphone.