Could not find any relevant prices...is it just rumour??/ have any one got it?
From an overpriced price of $950 all the way down to $299. Good move from Blackberry. But a little too late for early customer to complain. Go ask for refund if you buy it for almost $1000.
P, 25 Aug 2016They aree the biggest markets mate, it kind of makes sense :(I'm gonna disagree partially with you there. Biggest consumer markets (for mobile phones too) is China, India and then US (far behind with top 2 countries having 1 billion more people living there). Sure, UK is considered a decent mobile market, but it's simply because it's being used as a gateway to launch the device in Europe (most of the times, but not always).
AwesomeAsim, 25 Aug 2016I really wish that US, UK and India weren't the only countries in the GSMA world. smhThey aree the biggest markets mate, it kind of makes sense :(
Note that you will NOT *currently( get updates to it, unless you connect it to AT&T network.
(I bought one, and inserting a AT&T sim is NOT enough)
You CAN get Marshmallow directly from blackberrys servers though! :-D
Allegedly Blackberry is working on a better solution, but nothing new in over a month...