It’s an amazing day for Blackberry company, because their BlackBerry Priv is sold out on Amazon. BlackBerry Priv has been available since November 6, through some providers, like Bell, Rogers, TELUS, and other carriers in Canada. In the U.S, AT&T is the only provider to carry Blackberry Priv. The users can also buy it via retailers, such as Best Buy, B&H, and Amazon.
Amazon started selling the unlock BlackBerry Priv after it was officially released in the U.S, for $699. But, within hours, the BlackBerry Priv was out of stock on Amazon. That was amazing!
“Currently unavailable. We don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock,” per the Amazon BlackBerry Priv webpage.
The unavailability of BlackBerry on Amazon at this moment makes the Blackberry fans disappointed, because they will have to find the other retailers to buy it. Best Buy and B&H are showing a “Coming Soon” label on the product page of BlackBerry Priv.
If you buy it from AT&T, you have to spend $249 on a two-year contract or on an installment scheme where customers have to pay $24.67 per month for 30 months.
BlackBerry Priv is the first BlackBerry device that using the Android OS with the modification in security level and BlackBerry features. Priv is a flagship device with 5.4-inch AMOLED display, a resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, and pixel density up to 541 PPI. There is a Snapdragon 808 processor @ 1.8GHz with 3GB of RAM, high-end rear camera with 18MP rear-facing and 2MP front-facing camera. Are you planning to buy it?
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