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).
AnonD-442287, 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...