The upcoming Android-powered slider from BlackBerry will be called the BlackBerry Priv, according to a tweet from famed smartphone leaker @evleaks.
The BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition has, once again, been caught running Android, this time with a video to dispel any doubts about its authenticity.
Another leak featuring the BlackBerry Venice has surfaced, offering a glimpse of the BlackBerry Productivity Suite for Android announced earlier this year.
An image of a BlackBerry Passport running Android has been released by well-regarded leaker @evleaks, just hours after his tweet claiming the BlackBerry Slider will run Android.
The upcoming BlackBerry Slider will be Android-powered and available at AT&T, according to a rumour from the reputable leaker @evleaks.
BlackBerry’s CEO dismissed concerns about the future of the hardware division earlier today, after the cross-platform Experience Suite announcement fueled speculation of the end of BlackBerry handsets.