Blackberry Priv costs 799 euros in The Netherlands
Blackberry isn’t really willing to do things the overboard way to showoff their new Blackberry Priv. Given that this would be the first Android from the Blackberry OS giants, one would think that media events, campaigns and the likes would be put up by Blackberry to push the device but this seems to be handled on its own. An Android from Blackberry seems to be able to generate its own hype all by itself.
Having already launched the device in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States for pre-orders, Blackberry is yet to release a statement or issue any release as to which market gets the device next or which market gets the device at all.
In one of its bids to not make too much fuss though, it has now been discovered that some Dutch websites are already offering the Blackberry Priv for sale too, meaning that the device is now in the Netherlands.
StudentMobile and GSMwijzer are just a couple of the Dutch websites on which the Blackberry Priv has been listed, giving the impression that the phone is breaking into the European space likewise.
The price tag attached to the Blackberry Priv in the Duct (or European) market has listed is €799 with reports already claiming that the device would be available in the country at the end of November.
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