Looking back years before BlackBerry Priv, Motorola DROID PRO bring Android to the venture, BlackBerry Priv simply means business. Manufacturer’s first smartphone features a phone slider when open, reveals a QWERTY keyboard.
Technologically, the device comes with DTEK app, helps users keep an eye how secure their device is, and keeps eye which apps are accessing your location data, microphone, camera and more.
BlackBerry points out six major reasons why Priv was an excellent device on its entire venture. One of these reasons include physical QWERTY, 3,410mAh battery that could last up to 22.5 hours; phone’s security, use of BlackBerry features such as BBM, BlackBerry Calendar, and default encryption, form factor, and how its security updates bypass carriers and are sent each month directly the phone.
BlackBerry Priv as the latest Android phone made for business, certainly was not the first. The first Android designed for enterprise was Motorola DROID PRO, launched late 2010. With front facing QWERTY, DROID PRO resembled BlackBerry handsets at the time.
Motorola advertised DROID PRO on television and featured corporate email, powered by 1GHz processor proof that the phone was really meant business. So it became in demand to all business individuals.