Anonymous, 26 Aug 2017Never thought Blackberry could end up this low. They should have keep the BB10 with newer hard... moreYou're right without the monthly patches BlackBerry is vulnerable
BB10 is super secure, has not needed one security patch and use QNX. The software BlackBerry is still developing for use in driverless cars, if you need a software that cannot be hacked that is the software BlackBerry should developing and licensing
Despite the now 4.2 inch screen and the no longer flagship CPU 16Gb with 2Gb Ram 8MP camera the Z10 still hole it's own when compared to the new mid range phones
Never thought Blackberry could end up this low. They should have keep the BB10 with newer hardware. I still love BB10 especially on passport.
AnonD-124732, 26 Aug 2017Looks the Sony Ericsson P1.Haha. Exactly same thought. I had the P1i. That device was good-looking.
Looks the Sony Ericsson P1.
Even jumping to Android didint save BlackBerry, I don't think so it is more their iteration of Android is more secure than any other android phone it is just another way to earn something from nothing for dying company
Great. BlackBerry can barely provide security patches on time for year old phones (DTEK60) and has only ever done one major Android OS upgrade (Priv from Lolipop to Marshmallow).
They are in over their head.
Why would anybody pay for this?
George, 25 Aug 2017Like a Note 8 with Blackberry SecureOSHey, KNOX works over BB Secure OS, so you get double gov-grade security (since KNOX is incorporated into Android)
Anonymous, 25 Aug 2017Possibly in the business market but not the home one.yes correct
Good luck BB! Looks like a really smart move and hope it turns out to be one!
Like a Note 8 with Blackberry SecureOS
Blackbery's devices isn't selling like hot cakes
How are they persuading other manufacturers to jump ship.
Possibly in the business market but not the home one.
I really want to buy this Blackberry Keyone but couldn't find a local store in KSA.
This is interesting, but not sure is it open to consumers or manufactures ?
Smart move from Blackberry. Could be huge for industries that want to buy bulk smartphone devices that are secure. Android offers a similar, if not arguably better, user experience in terms of functionality than iOS. Plus a solid Android device could be purchased, unlocked, for a fraction of the cost of iOS ones.
My man blackberry, the. Secure brand till now.