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Sprint Reneges On the BlackBerry Priv

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Oct 30, 2017, 10:21 PM
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Verizon Wireless Release

What is Verizon waiting for? Does anybody know ? Two other major carriers have released this phone. One in black, No Big Deal. Same phone. I can purchase it on Amazon or Best Buy but I don’t want to. Only because, I’m hoping Verizon is working with BB and TCL on a Version like was released in India? One can only hope!

Apr 11, 2016, 7:55 PM

Just like sprint itself

There have CLEARLY been nay-sayers going on about how blackberry is out of the market, but they keep making good phones like this and more people are buying them. Right? Right?
Also Sprint never claimed they would be getting it publicly. That was all Blackberry at CES in January. You say phones, yet Blackberry hasn't released multiple phones in years. There is only one Blackberry phone out now and it isn't that great of a p...
$BBRY is a B/O target... A BIG bird told me $GOOG is VERY interested...

Mar 31, 2016, 7:22 PM
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Firewall Question

I asked this on Verizon's site but no replies. Maybe someone here knows.

So DTEK firewall's 3rd party apps. What about core apps? If not, maybe marshmallow v.6 release? Can one block contacts for example?

Mar 7, 2016, 5:25 PM
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This phone will probably never get the respect it deserves

And what a shame. It deserves it's place just like the S7 and G5. None of those devices are perfect. Give me the keyboard and security of the Blackberry, the multi-tasking and stylus integration of the Note 5, and the flat out innovation of the G5. THAT would be the perfect device, something we could truly call a no compromises flagship.

Edit: and kick Android's sorry broken platform to the curb in favor of HP's Windows 10 awesomeness. THAT is a device we can only fantasize about.
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