Last year BlackBerry promised to bring Marshmallow to its first Android smartphone in 2016, then this January that commitment was reiterated with details allegedly coming by the end of Q1. And sure enough, here we are in the first day of the second quarter of the year and we now know what to expect.
The new software will be arriving on a BlackBerry Priv near you either in late April or in early May. That's still pretty vague, of course, but it's clearly only a matter of weeks from this point on. So Priv owners everywhere can now pretty much start the countdown - the wait is almost over.
How can you be so sure that other OSes like BBOS, iOS don't sell personal data? Keep in mind that once you're connected to the internet, your data is unsafe and nothing is secured because everything is hackable.
really? this SH!T doesnt even get android 6.0,,.. why? do blackberry have tons of android phones to update? they only have to update PRIV so why are they taking time this much? just watch and learn from SAMSUNG
Let them rot and die. They have manage to destroy a very good OS (BB OS 10) and now they produce android devices. I can't find any reason of existence of this phone. It has no security (Google collects and sells all personal data) it has a mediocore ...