BlackBerry Mobile is prepping one more new color variant — the KEYone Bronze Edition — before it gets back to work developing all-new devices to launch later this year. Aside from a new color, this variant also features dual SIM.
Starting on December 21 and running until December 24 at 11:59PM EST, Canadian shoppers will be able to purchase the BlackBerry KEYone Black Edition for just $650. That's a saving of $150 off the retail price of $800. BlackBerry will be running this sale at Amazon, Best Buy, Blueshop, Staples...
Today, a new entry appeared in the popular benchmarking app - GeekBench. The name of the device in question is "QUALCOMM BBF100-1". As a reference, the BlackBerry Motion model number is BBD-100-X while the BlackBerry KEYone carried a model number of BBB100-X where X is a number depending on the...
AT&T has started pushing out a new update to BlackBerry Keyone units on its network. Arriving as build number AAP606 and weighing in at over 40MB, the update brings along a couple of security-related changes. Firstly, it includes fix for the BlueBorne vulnerability.
The BlackBerry Keyone Black Edition smartphone is steadily making its way to more countries around the world. The latest market it has entered is Australia, where the model is currently available through retailer JB Hi-Fi. It runs for AUD 899.
BlackBerry has now begun the rollout of the September Android security update according to a new post on the BlackBerry Knowledge Base. Once downloaded and installed, you should see your security patch level change to show September 5, 2017, or later.
The new KEYone Black Edition comes in all-black chassis and has more DRAM and storage space than the original KEYone model introduced at MWC earlier this year. The product will be available in multiple countries, but the U.S. is currently not listed among them.
A mysterious “issue” has made Sprint Mobile ID uncharacteristically hostile and intrusive, running again and again in the background and even interrupting the user’s day-to-day tasks to bring back bloat you might be trying to get rid of.
Carrier bloatware is always annoying, but Sprint just upped the ante. Sprint is currently the only US carrier selling the KEYone, the latest BlackBerry-branded device manufactured by TCL. Owners of the Sprint KEYone are reporting a huge amount of apps being automatically installed, and they...
Sprint, the first US carrier that started offering the BlackBerry KEYone, has now begun offering the device through its Brick-and-Mortar stores as well. Until now, the phone was only available through the carrier's online channel or phone orders.