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BlackBerry Priv Reviews (77%)

BlackBerry Priv Reviews (77%) 1
77% Aggregate Rating From Professional Review Outlets.

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By Know Your Mobile on 60

BlackBerry has been beavering away outside the spotlight for most of the year. CEO John Chen has been open about the company’s problems, financial issues and plans going forwards. BlackBerry released a couple of handsets, drilled down on its BB10…

By dxomark.com on 82

With a DxOMark Mobile score of 82 points, the BlackBerry Priv achieves excellent results for its photography performance. Ranking inside the current top ten smartphones in our database of mobile phone image quality, the BlackBerry’s Priv now ranks…

By Good Gear Guide on 80

Mark 2016 as the year BlackBerry releases its first smartphone running Android in Australia. It’s called the BlackBerry Priv, the name being a play on the word ‘privacy’ and it aims to make the BlackBerry brand relevant once again.The productivity…

By PCWorld New Zealand on 80

Mark 2016 as the year BlackBerry releases its first smartphone running Android in Australia. It’s called the BlackBerry Priv, the name being a play on the word ‘privacy’ and it aims to make the BlackBerry brand relevant once again.The productivity…

By Alphr on 80

Despite my moans over the unnecessarily messy software and the weight and sheer bulk of the thing, there’s something about the Priv that I find appealing. Perhaps it’s seeing BlackBerry (at last) getting itself on the right track with its hardware and…

By Android Authority on 80

The BlackBerry Priv is a great first attempt by the company to slide into Android, but it doesn’t quite match up the competition where it truly…

By PC Advisor on 70

The BlackBerry Priv is a well-made Android phone with a unique feature set. We commend BlackBerry for turning its hand to being an Android OEM, and the result is a fast smartphone with a great display, hardware keyboard and solid build and design….

By Pocketnow on 74

The BlackBerry Priv is a device I really want to endorse – and not just for nostalgic reasons. It packs an innovative keyboard and a beautiful display into a unique form factor, and it brings some really thoughtful software improvements that make…

By V3.co.uk on 80

The BlackBerry Priv is undoubtedly the company’s best smartphone yet, and it trounces rival devices when it comes to battery life. However, in a world where the word ‘BlackBerry’ is no longer associated with cool, and touchscreen keyboards are the norm,…

By IT PRO on 80

Not everyone will care about the hardware keyboard and other phones are good enough for business, but the Priv is nonetheless a surprisingly good…

By Stuff on 80

For this reason and more, the BlackBerry Priv is an exciting handset. It stands out from every other major smartphone currently available, thanks to its unique design and physical keyboard. While the latter isn’t a must-have feature, its shortcut…

By The Verge on 70

More times than not, the Verge score is based on the average of the subscores below. However, since this is a non-weighted average, we reserve the right to tweak the overall score if we feel it doesn’t reflect our overall assessment and price of the…

By Tom’s Guide on 70

While this phone won’t turn around BlackBerry’s fortunes overnight, those longing for a physical keyboard with an Android device will find their fix with the Priv. You also get a pretty good quad-HD screen, as well as solid performance and battery life….

By TechRadar on 80

The BlackBerry Priv is the mullet of the smartphone world. It’s still business in the front, but now there’s a party in the back too. It will divide opinion, but this is the best BlackBerry in…

By Mashable on 80

BlackBerry’s first Android phone is a glimpse of what the once-dominant Canadian hardware giant is capable of.

By T3 Magazine on 80

BlackBerry. Remember it? We just about do here at T3 Towers, but our memory is a little foggy. Its been a while since the Canadian firm launched a smartphone that really peaked our interest, but with the BlackBerry Priv it’s managed to do just…

By Expert Reviews on 80

The only real problem with the Priv is its extortionate price. At £560 SIM free or £49-per-month on contract, the Priv is one of the most expensive phones currently available, topping both the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and iPhone 6S. That’s a lot to pay…

By Recombu on 100

The Blackberry Priv really is the best Blackberry phone of recent times, if not all time. By ditching its own OS for Android, Blackberry will hopefully tempt back lost followers and welcome fresh supporters to its fold, while the tweaks and bonus…

By Trusted Reviews on 80

The Priv is the best BlackBerry phone in over half a decade, but its performance doesn’t justify its price…

By Ubergizmo on 80

At the end of the day, the BlackBerry PRIV value comes from the fact thatIt has a good physical keyboardIt is a true Blackberry deviceThe design and camera are nice.You get all the Android and the BB strengths in one nice package. If that sounds like a…

By PC Mag on 70

The unlocked Priv brings BlackBerry’s basic strengths—a physical keyboard and notifications—to Android in a big, heavy, pricey package, making it a niche…

By Engadget on 77

For physical keyboard devotees, there’s not much choice in the smartphone world right now, but BlackBerry does a decent job with the Priv. The high price will deter fair-weather buyers, but if you can’t stand typing on glass, this is your only…

By CNET Australia on 60

Android and an awesome keyboard make the Priv the best BlackBerry in years, but if you’re not a keyboard lover and aren’t much of a security seeker, you’ll find phones that are cheaper, or offer better features than the…

By Wired on 60

You still see them from time to time—the people who carry two phones: An Android or iPhone for the fun stuff, and a BlackBerry for work. While BlackBerry’s global market share may have dropped from more than 20 percent in 2009 to just half a percent…

By Digital Trends on 70

The DT Accessory PackUp your game and the get the most out of your gear with the following extras, hand-picked by our editors:Ace Armor Shield Screen Protector ($13)Leather Smart Flip Case ($61.16)Slide-Out Hard Shell Priv ($49)Every phone BlackBerry…

By Phone Arena on 72

The landscape is always evolving, that’s just the reality of things, as phone companies live and die by the rising tide of demand. BlackBerry, unfortunately, has been on the decline for the better part of the last several years – they’re just nowhere…

By Pocket-lint on 80

The BlackBerry Priv comes to the Android table offering something different and it delivers. The biggest thing about this handset is the QWERTY keyboard that’s uniquely BlackBerry. That might appeal to those who think they can’t live without it,…

By zdnet.com on 57

Calling this a “privacy” phone is a stretch, but it has some redeeming features. A keyboard for one, and Android for another.

By cnet on 60

Android and an awesome keyboard make the Priv the best BlackBerry in years, but if you’re not a keyboard lover and aren’t much of a security seeker, you’ll find phones that are cheaper, or offer better features than the…

By greenbot.com on 80

At a Glance BlackBerry’s attempt at an Android device is pretty great, but the addition of a physical keyboard may not be enough to justify its high price…

By MobileTechReview on 80

For their first foray into Android, BlackBerry has made an impressive phone. It has an elegant and unique design and it brings some of that BlackBerry OS goodness to Android. Build quality and design elements are top notch and this is pretty much the…

By NotebookCheck on 86

Opinions about the physical keyboard will likely differ. An inexperienced user will hardly type faster on it than on a virtual keyboard and will thus find it superfluous. However, it is possible to type on the backlit keys without looking after some…

By CoolSmartphone on 81

Having used BlackBerry devices in the past, including the more recent Passport – a strange square phone using BB10,  I had big hopes for this new flagship.Pro:Android OS allows thousands of apps including Google supportDecent 18 megapixel back camera…

By Brighthand on 70

Hardware keyboards adorned early smartphones because of one name: BlackBerry. The Canadian company, then known as RIM, dominated the market with secure phones that sported keyboards, letting people hammer out emails at lightning speeds. Phones like the…

By Know Your Mobile on 70

Part of the reason BlackBerry adopted Android is to do with developers. Most have now migrated to either iOS and Android. This is where the money is. Developing for BlackBerry 10 or Windows Phone, for instance, isn’t likely to yield much of a return as…

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