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BlackBerry to make an Android Phone? and a new "Slider"?

Discussion in 'Mobile Devices for All Other Operating Systems' started by RadioRaiders, Jun 27, 2015.

  1. RadioRaiders

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    Some interesting news coming out of the BlackBerry camp: 1) They may release a phone that runs on Android and is made by Samsung, 2) They may be releasing a "slider" phone with a physical keypad and a curved S6-typ screen.

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    http://www.theverge.com/2015/6/11/8769185/blackberry-android-slider-phone

    I'm due for a new phone now, as my /10 is around 2 years old, but I think I'll hold out until the slider is released around November. I hope it runs BB OS10, as I prefer that over Android.
     
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    @RadioRaiders: And here i thought "Priv" meant for the privileged. (LOL) I really haven't followed BB at all. Admittedly, I went for Android for two reasons: Initially it was less expensive, and 2) I'm a penny-pinching cheapo.
     
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