BlackBerry Priv an Android powered smartphone by BlackBerry is going to launch on 26 January by the T-Mobile carrier. According to a report published on PhoneArena blog, BlackBerry Priv scheduled for launch by T-Mobile Carrier on 26 January. The PhoneArena published the picture of the calendar of T-Mobile in which they have scheduled the launch of BlackBerry Venice on 26 January. BlackBerry Venice is the code name used earlier for BlackBerry Priv smartphone.
As for now the unlocked version of BlackBerry Priv slider keypad smartphone is available for sale in the United States. The device can be purchased on BlackBerry or Wallmart websites. The locked down version of the device with AT&T carrier is also available to purchase. The Verizon carrier is also planning to launch the BlackBerry Priv device. They have visited to the FCC for approval. However, The T-Mobile carrier is not so open with their plans. They have not discussed earlier to release this device. Now, according to their calendar we can see that they are going to launch the BlackBerry Priv on 26 January.
To quickly recall the specifications of BlackBerry Priv we would like to tell you that it is 5.4 Inch touchscreen phone. The device also has the slider physical keypad. The phone is powered with 1.44GHz hexacore Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and 3GB of RAM. The device houses 32GB of internal storage upgradable up to 2000GB.
The camera part of BlackBerry Priv includes 18 Megapixel of the primary camera at the back with LED Flash. It also has 2 Megapixel of front facing the camera. The phone runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop operating system. It is loaded with connectivity features like 4G LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. The phone also comes with important sensors like Compass, Proximity Sensor, Ambient Light Sensor, Accelerometer, and Gyroscope. The phone is backed with 3410 mAh battery.
This is good news for the people who want to purchase the BlackBerry Priv smartphone with the T-Mobile carrier. The BlackBerry Priv scheduled for launch on 26 January by the T-Mobile. Source