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BlackBerry’s Delay Of BlackBerry Priv – Demand or Problem?

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BlackBerry’s Delay Of BlackBerry Priv – Demand or Problem?


The BlackBerry Priv has been brief on provide and ShopBlackBerry (powered via Digital River) has had a tricky time protecting up with the call for. With the ones on pre-orders given an ETA later and later, with the up to date November 24, a few of you marvel what's going on. Now, softpedia is now reporting a grim image for the BlackBerry Priv.

To provide credit score to the lack to meet the call for, DigitalRiver (ShopBlackBerry) has had a justifiable share of complains approximately their achievement velocity even sooner than the BlackBerry Priv, and on pieces that are meant to be in inventory. However, on this case, they have got been lovely professional-lively in updating consumers at the prolong, which is a great sight to peer.

Nonetheless, in advance this week, they despatched the next e-mail:

This is a practice-as much as the e-mail we despatched you on Friday to stay you up to date on ShopBlackBerry PRIV pre-order deliveries. Due to call for, there was a extend in delivery PRIV smartphones to a few consumers who pre-ordered

Whilst a few of you could have won your order, many others haven't begun to.

According to Softpedia, the BlackBerry Priv has a few “technical factor” and is being behind schedule:

Sources as regards to the problem let us know that shipments of BlackBerry Priv are being behind schedule by way of as much as 14 days as a result of “a few inner technical factor.” While specifics aren’t lately to be had, we’re being informed that BlackBerry can not send manufacturing unit-unlocked Priv devices, however will as an alternative be offering service-locked units with free up codes generated by way of BlackBerry.

If this used to be real, then this can be a in reality dangerous begin to BlackBerry’s first android phone. What do you men assume?

Via Softpedia

Posted via Terrence T for ©BerryReview |
BlackBerry’s Delay Of BlackBerry Priv – Demand or Problem?


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