BlackBerry Priv T-Mobile: Carrier To Launch BlackBerry’s Android Device On January 26

BlackBerry Priv T-Mobile: Carrier To Launch BlackBerry’s Android Device On January 26
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BlackBerry Priv is without a doubt highly in demand. But the supply is less than the demand. When BlackBerry launched its first Android device, it was reportedly sold out within hours. This has been the case for Amazon and Walmart. The company is now considering more options to make the smartphone available to a larger number of people. Hence, the BlackBerry Priv T-Mobile launch.


BlackBerry Priv was launched on AT&T, and for quite some time this leading carrier enjoyed the exclusive status as well. At the time of launch, rumors say that BlackBerry Priv may never sell on T-Mobile or Verizon, but it seems it wasn’t true. Or at least, minds are changing now. And now, the buzz is that after the BlackBerry T-Mobile launch, this smartphone will be available on Verizon as well. Something to celebrate, Verizon and T-Mobile users.

BlackBerry Priv T-Mobile launch date

One of the PhoneArena’s readers got his/her hands on T-Mobile’s calendar for the month of January 2016. On this calendar, January 26 has been marked as the launch date of BlackBerry Priv. But one thing that could not be understood is that the calendar reads, “BlackBerry Venice Launch.” The device was reportedly called Venice when it as not officially announced. Venice was Priv’s rumored name. So why is T-Mobile still calling it Venice? Is the company planning to launch the smartphone with its old name? Maybe. We will have to wait till January 26 to know for sure.

Keep watching this space for more updates on the BlackBerry Priv T-Mobile and Verizon Launch.

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