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BlackBerry Priv prices in Malaysia

Probably the boldest move ever made by BlackBerry, BlackBerry Priv is its new entry that boasts innovative features and awesome specifications. Read more about BlackBerry Priv Malaysia below.

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BlackBerry Priv Price by Country
Philippines PHP 16,900
Thailand THB 11,890
Vietnam VND 9,690,000

About BlackBerry Priv Malaysia

BlackBerry Priv Malaysia – BlackBerry's Proud Firstborn

As the first Android smartphone from BlackBerry, the release of BlackBerry Priv has been highly anticipated by many people since they have expected a lot of exciting features. When you take a look at it, you are certain that this newest BlackBerry smartphone definitely does not disappoint at all.

Full Energized For Peak Performance WithBlackBerry Priv Malaysia

Powered by Snapdragon 808 processor and 3GB RAM, this combination enables BlackBerry Priv to tackle even the most demanding applications. Not just that, BlackBerry Priv is able to switch from one application to another without suffering any noticeable lag at all. At the same time, BlackBerry Priv boasts amazing speed when it comes to loading mobile games. In addition, its 32GB internal memory keeps you the ability in storing vast data of your precious pictures, videos and other important information. The best thing is that its 3400mAh battery gives you whopping battery life that is up to 22.5 hours!

Awesome Display Screen

Proudly boasting its 5.4 inch QHD dual curved display, it provides the resolution of 2560 x 1440 and 540 pixels per inch. As a result, you will be enjoying sharp and bright image quality with better color accuracy. These beautiful visuals prove to be tantalizing experience as you will be totally drawn to such immersive display. Truly eye-catching as it is, BlackBerry Priv gives you the wonder and beauty of incredible viewing experience.

Inspiring Design

Encased in a beautiful, elegant body, BlackBerry Priv exudes sophisticated vibe that makes it inspiringly beautiful. Not only that, BlackBerry Priv is also both slim and sleek at the same time. Marking BlackBerry's first entry into the world of smartphones, BlackBerry Priv aims to bring an entirely different offering into the market. Its design has been crafted for solid and easy handling as your hand will find it comfortable when holding BlackBerry Priv.

When we talking about BlackBerry phones, they are famous with their iconic physical keyboards. In keeping in touch with the latest trend, BlackBerry eventually removes the physical keyboards in their latest, or rather, the first smartphones. However, BlackBerry Priv comes with the innovative angled keyboard that you can slide out from its bottom.

Marking its own nostalgic twist or simply "back to basics", this physical keyboard offers solid experience when it comes to typing with precision. Thanks to BlackBerry Priv, the long-lost slider phone has made its comeback in the world of smartphones and will be popular once more. In conclusion, BlackBerry Priv is one powerful machine that you should be getting.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-03-07
The physical keyboard, of course, great battery lifeCamera's a little slow and the frontfacing camera is weak, pricey
I have been a loyal BlackBerry (BB) user for years and because of that I've been made fun of by many people who think that their phone of choice is superior.But really, folks, it's all about personal choice and for me, the BB is what I will keep on using...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-01
BlackBerry never really went away. They've just decided to take a break and rethink their approach. To this end, they've decided to move with the times, and have come up with a great idea for a product – one that combines all their strengths, such as a ph...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-09
I could go on about the crumbling of BlackBerry's once untouchable empire, but we all know the story. It's embedded in business textbooks under chapters called ‘Adapt or Die' and ‘This Fruit is Rotten'.While the Z10 , Q10 and massive Passport were all sol...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-10
The 5.4-inch QHD display on the Priv is excellent. Its subtle dual curved edges are attractive, detail is pin sharp and it enables you to actually enjoy videos and games on a BlackBerry device, I'm also a big fan of stock Android, which BlackBerry has onl...My main disappointment with the Priv is its performance. It's just too patchy for a truly great on-screen experience, with noticeable lag in the system and within the camera app, It doesn't happen all the time, and for large parts of the review period the...
Update: BlackBerry has now released its Android 6 Marshmallow update for the Priv and it comes with a selection of new BB specific features as well as the tweaks Google provides. You can download the update right now.Well this is a turn-up for the books...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-16
Excellent Display; Great Design; AWESOME Specs; Decent Camera; No More App GAPBattery Performance Is Sketchy At Best; There Are Some Performance Gremlins; Keyboard Isn't As Good As Passport's Setup; No BlackBerry Blend
It seems, however, that BlackBerry has "moved on" somewhat with its new devices - such as the DTEK50 and DTEK60 - essentially adopting a licensing approach where it has its name printed on branded devices produced by other manufacturers. That's a simplifi...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-23
BlackBerry Priv is a clear indication of a change in strategy for the Canadian company, hence the shift from its own BlackBerry OS to Google’s, massively popular, Android OS. It really wants the Priv to be a success in the mobile industry, both, in terms of ...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-01
Excellent Display; Great Design; AWESOME Specs; Decent Camera; No More App GAP!Battery Performance Is Sketchy At Best; There Are Some Performance Gremlins; Keyboard Isn't As Good As Passport's Setup; No BlackBerry Blend
Following the launch of the BlackBerry Priv, talk from BlackBerry's CEO indicated that this shift was going to happen - essentially, the firm realised it had shot itself in the foot somewhat; businesses, the core of BlackBerry sales, weren't buying the Pr...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-11
Jump to11/10/2016BlackBerry stops making smartphonesBlackBerry has announced that it will no longer be manufacturing its own smartphones.Instead, the company will shift its focus to software production - ending its 20-year history of producing its own dev...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-09
Great screen, Stock Android, Added securityPatchy performance, Pricier than competition, Lacks premium build quality
Well this is a turn-up for the books. After almost four years of banging the BlackBerry 10 drum it seems the Canadian firm has finally admitted defeat, launching its first Android smartphone in the BlackBerry Priv.It's not entirely a surprise – the Priv...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-22
physical keyboard with slider mechanism, rigid, nonslip casing, latest Android Marshmallow, practical software adaptations, USB OTG, NFC, Slimport & Miracast, microSD card can be used as internal storage, fast WiFi ac, very good phone functions, decent pr...no fingerprint scanner, poor frontfacing camera, nonremovable battery, high temperature development & throttling in some cases, belowaverage performance for the premium range, hollow sound when tapping front and back, USB 2.0 only
Hot handset. Opposing the trend of touch control, Blackberry still incorporates a physical keyboard with slider mechanism in its Priv top model. Our report reveals whether this balancing act between classic and modernity is successful, and what features t...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-27
Jump to27/06/16The next BlackBerry smartphone could be being manufactured by Chinese company TCL, according to a new report.According to GSM Arena , the Chinese firm – known for producing Alcatel handsets – could be producing one of two upcoming BlackBerr...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-17
Jump to17/06/1607/06/16Sales of the BlackBerry Priv are “struggling” according to a top AT&T executive.First announced last year, BlackBerry's first Android-powered device had aimed to help turn around the smartphone company's floundering fortunes in the...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-07
Jump to07/06/16Sales of the BlackBerry Priv are “struggling” according to a top AT&T executive.First announced last year, BlackBerry's first Android-powered device had aimed to help turn around the smartphone company's floundering fortunes in the market.N...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-27
Price: Rs.54,000/-Specs:How does it feel out of the box? Blackberry manages to maintain its recognized appeal with the all black packaging and “straight to business” zeal when you unbox it. The Priv feels refreshed for sure and the entire appeal is curved...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-27
How many times your heard or wished yourself for a phone with Android OS from Nokia and BlackBerry. Nokia is yet to release its Android smartphone but BlackBerry heard its well wishers and launched the Priv sometime back...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-11
The BlackBerry brand doesn't have the cache of an iPhone or a regular stream of new and fabulous Android devices like Samsung. However, what they finally do have is an Android device that does justice to its BlackBerry roots. Getting one through Verizon W...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-06
BlackBerry CEO John Chen would never dare say it publicly, but launching an Android-based smartphone all but signaled the end for the company's own BB 10 operating system.The BlackBerry Priv has been out for six months now, and in that time, it has neithe...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-03
Lagfree Performance, Long Battery Life, Good Build Quality, Vast Android Ecosystem, Decent Screen, Useful Security FeaturesExpensive, Average Camera Performance, Heats up Quickly
Months ago, BlackBerry launched its new premium smartphone, and it was believed that this mobile phone could prove to be the most important launch in the Canadian company's history. Fondly called as the BlackBerry PRIV, it is the first ever from the Canad...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-13
After a lot of rumors, ups and downs, and disappointments, Blackberry CEO, John Chen finally revealed the all-new flagship smartphone. They are calling it the Blackberry Priv , and the “Priv” is actually the privacy and privilege that it offers to its own...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-12
multitasking, good display, offers best of both BlackBerry and Android Ecosystem, nicely grips in handgets heated, comes at a premium price
5.4-inch dual-curve OLED display, 1440 x 2560 pixels (~540 ppi pixel density), Snapdragon 808 Processor, 3GB RAM, 32 GB Internal Storage, Adreno 418 GPU, 18MP Rear Camera, 2MP Front Camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Weight: 192 gramsPros: multitasking, good displ...
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