BlackBerry's upcoming Android smartphone Priv could be priced somewhere around $780 in India. This was revealed by a listing on Zauba, a website that tracks the country's import and export. As you can see in the screenshot below, a total of 4 Priv units were imported to India on October 14, each priced at INR 50,635.
Just last week, UK retailer Carphone Warehouse started taking pre-orders for the Priv, offering it for £49($75)/month on a regular two year contract and £580 ($895) off contract. A few days before that, renowned Chinese leakster Leaksfly revealed that the smartphone will carry a price tag of RMB 3,999 (around $630) in China.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen has already confirmed that the device will come with a high-end price tag. "We'll make the phone financially affordable to get, whether that's by installments or something else," he had said during the Code/Mobile conference earlier this month.
If you aren't in the know, BlackBerry has also started allowing consumers to pre-register for the handset.
I am going to buy this device at any cost it is better than any iphone and it has a dual edge screen just like the S6 Edge.
I just don't understand where people get an idea that BB is not liked in India.. when it comes to work no one can beat BB be it Email or documents or security Technically android has a lot of scope for apps and all .. but it is the easiest to be ...
Firstly, 'cause it's BlackBerry, and the only Android Mobile that is secure as fuck! Secondly, I have BlackBerry Z10, it's a 2 years old phone and I still get software updates regularly, without fail! Samsung doesn't get software updates on their...