BlackBerry PRIV Price in Hong Kong & Specs

The BlackBerry PRIV features a 1440 x 2560pixels display with 540ppi and weighs 192g. This device also comes with a 18MP rear camera & a 2MP front camera, as well as a 3410mAh battery capacity. Release date for the BlackBerry PRIV: November 2015.
The BlackBerry PRIV features a 1440 x 2560pixels display with 540ppi and weighs 192g. This device also comes with a 18MP rear camera & a 2MP front camera, as well as a 3410mAh battery capacity. Release date for the BlackBerry PRIV: November 2015.
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Cheapest at Personal Digital
HK$ 3,920.00
HK$ 2,004.00

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Cheapest BlackBerry PRIV Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 2,004.00

The BlackBerry PRIV is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest BlackBerry PRIV price in Hong Kong is HK$ 2,004.00 from Personal Digital. You can also choose between different BlackBerry PRIV variants with Black starting from HK$ 2,004.00. BlackBerry PRIV price details are updated October 2018.

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Price List by Country for BlackBerry PRIV

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 2,004.00 HK$ 2,004.00
Indonesia IDR 4.588.000 HK$ 2,364.00
Malaysia MYR 830.00 HK$ 1,562.00
Philippines PHP 13,843.00 HK$ 2,003.00
Singapore SGD 353.30 HK$ 2,003.00
Thailand THB 9,000 HK$ 2,161.00
Vietnam VND 3.599.000 HK$ 1,213.00

BlackBerry PRIV 格價表香港

Variants Price 商家
BlackBerry PRIV Black HK$ 2,004.00 Personal Digital

BlackBerry PRIV Specs

Display
Screen Size 5.4"
Display Resolution 1440 x 2560pixels
Pixel Density 540ppi
Scratch Resistant No
Water Resistant No
Camera
Rear Camera Resolution 18MP
Front Camera Resolution 2MP
Dual camera No
Memory
RAM 3GB
Internal Storage 32GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Card Slot Yes
Battery
Battery Capacity 3410mAh
Talk Time 24h
Platform
Processor Hexa Core
Operating System Android
Design
Weight 192g
Body Material Metal
Dimensions (W x H x D) 147 x 77.2 x 9.4mm
Launch
Release Year 2015
Release Month November
Colour
Colours Black
Connection
USB Connectors Micro-USB
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11b
NFC Yes
Networking
Dual SIM Yes
SIM Card Nano-SIM
Features
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable No
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light No
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner Yes
FM Radio No
3D Touch No

Reviews of BlackBerry PRIV

lifewire.com
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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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2016-08-22
physical keyboard with slider mechanism, rigid, non-slip casing, latest Android Marshmallow, practical software adaptations, USB OTG, NFC, Slimport & Miracast, micro-SD card can be used as internal storage, fast WiFi ac, very good phone functions, decent...
no fingerprint scanner, poor front-facing camera, non-removable battery, high temperature development & throttling in some cases, below-average 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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booredatwork.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-02
Blackberry I will always love you, and you just really got to me with the PRIV. I am still a BB fan deep down, so PRIV is quite a delight. Many details still confirm my opinion that it is more efficient and logical than so many other smartphones. “Privacy...
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brighthand.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-15
Amazing quad HD display, microSD card slot, Slideout keyboard with haptic scrolling, Snappy performance, Good speaker, Solid battery life
Keyboard performance inconsistent, Randomly rebooted several times during testing, Slow camera with inconsistent quality, So much AT&T bloatware
Hardware keyboards adorned early smartphones because of one name: BlackBerry. The Canadian company, then known as RIM, dominated the market with secure phones that sported keyboards, letting people hammer out emails at lightning speeds. Phones like the Si...
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phonescoop.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-14
The Priv is for a very small group of people: those who want a physical keyboard and are willing to do almost anything to get one. It's also for BlackBerry die-hards who want a device more capable than those running BBOS. The Priv may come from BlackBerry...
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xiaomitoday.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-25
There was a time when BlackBerry was on the peak. It was considered to provide elegant, premium and high tech phones at that time. But when a smartphone was introduced to the world, Blackberry lost the fame as quickly as it gained. The new BlackBerry Priv...
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dxomark.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-24
Very good exposure with a large dynamic range, Generally accurate and fast autofocus in all conditions, Details are wellpreserved, especially in bright light conditions, Colors are pleasant, Good overall flash performance
Inconsistent white balance with yellow, pink, or blue cast in bright light, Strong ringing visible, Noise level is high in bright light conditions compared to other smartphones, Flash: Colors are slightly oversaturated with no additional light source
With a DxOMark Mobile score of 82 points, the BlackBerry Priv achieves excellent results for its photography performance. Ranking inside the current top ten smartphones in our database of mobile phone image quality, the BlackBerry's Priv now ranks alongsi...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-01
BlackBerry's failure to keep up with the changing times resulted in a dramatic shift in fortunes for the once extremely popular smartphone manufacturer. The company has struggled to make an impact over the past few years in a market that it used to domina...
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androidheadlines.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-25
Curved, accurate AMOLED display, Physical keyboard, Keyboard gestures, Enhanced one-hand use via system gestures, Lots of nice additions to Android like the BlackBerry Productivity Tab, Tons of extra security, Mostly great battery life
Cheap build quality, So-so camera that's often way too slow (seconds, not milliseconds), Physical keyboard is too small, Performance is abysmal, Phone gets too hot during heavy use, Final Thoughts, The BlackBerry Priv is a phone filled with excellent idea...
“Wait, you got a BlackBerry?” Those were the words of so many people that I showed off the new BlackBerry Priv to, wondering why in the world an Android user like myself would bother going back in time for such a relic. Their ears perked up though when I...
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droid-life.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-25
The BlackBerry Priv is, in my opinion, the most important phone of the year. That's not something I say lightly. The Priv gets so many things right and has a uniquely beneficial experience that you can't get on any other device, but like every other phone...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-24
Design is sleek despite the extra hardware, Physical keyboard is a throwback but still useful, Display is high quality, Expandable storage, Front facing speaker, BlackBerry's version of Android is full featured and fun to use
Overall build quality just a little bit questionable, Snapdragon 808 bogged down by lack of software polish, Camera missing a lot of features and lacks in processing, aggressively decent, No fast charging, Battery life only slightly above average, despite...
It's no secret that BlackBerry has faced a dramatic shift in fortunes over the past few years, but the Canadian company is now looking to make a comeback by doing what many wanted them to do for years now – to make an Android phone! The name of this high-...
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zdnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-23
While Zack was mainly disappointed with the privacy and security features, I find the hardware quality lacking and the implementation of 'BlackBerry Hub' a bit blasphemous.Regular readers know I've been a fan of the BlackBerry Passport, but sold mine a fe...
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gizmodo.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-20
I like Android
Laggy performance for the money. Outmoded design. Terrible carrier service, Should You Buy it?, I wouldn't, for myself, my friends, or even my worst enemy. I suppose there is a kind of person who might want a flagship quality phone that has a keyboard, ev...
I really wanted to like the BlackBerry Priv. Cmon! Android on a Blackberry phone! Sadly, the companys latest, and possibly last, shot at appealing to users whove long since moved on falls incredibly short.A $700(!) Blackberry smartphone, and the first...
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Pocketnow.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-18
 Beautiful hardware,  Keyboard is more than just a keyboard,  Useful software improvements,  Best BlackBerry camera ever (and it's pretty good by normal standards, too)
 Build quality not up to par with previous BlackBerrys,  Software needs refinement,  Significant performance issues,  Overpriced relative to competition,
After over a week with the BlackBerry Priv, I'm still not entirely convinced it's real. I was joking when I tweeted that it felt like a phone from an alternate universe, but just barely. If you told me the Priv was a prop from the set of a 2005-era scienc...
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technobuffalo.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-17
I was in the audience when BlackBerry announced the BlackBerry Z10. The CEO at the time, Thorsten Heins, proclaimed “BlackBerry is back!” Of course, that was just the start of BlackBerry 10, which didn't do much to change the company's fortunes in the fac...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-12
Hello there BlackBerry users, and welcome back! It's been quite a while since we've had a review of BB device like the BlackBerry Priv - one that's a real competitor on the open marketplace. One that feels like BlackBerry is confident in the product its d...
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arstechnica.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-12
BlackBerry's Android distribution sticks very close to stock Android. It mostly only adds extra features, and those extra features can be turned off, A MicroSD slot, Tap to wake! Just double-tap on the screen and it will wake up
This device isn't worth $700, The tiny keyboard is cramped, flat, and unpleasant to type on, The camera is gray and colorless, It has a scratchy, friction-filled sliding mechanism, It features a spongy back material that feels like a plastic frame with a...
The BlackBerry Priv, complete with slide-out keyboard.The BlackBerry Priv, complete with slide-out keyboard.On the top of the phone are slots for a SIM and MicroSD card.A speaker grill runs along the bottom of the device, but the actual speaker is located...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-09
Michael A. Prospero is the reviews editor at Laptop Mag and Tom’s Guide. When he’s not testing out the latest running watc, skiing or training for a maratho, he’s probably using the latest kitchen gadget.
Physical keyboard a little crampe, Dim displa, Mediocre camera
BlackBerry wants to give you the best of both worlds. But has the world already passed this brand by? The first BlackBerry to run Android, the Priv ($240 on contract through AT&T) opens up a world of apps heretofore unavailable to devotees of phones with...
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theverge.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-09
Physical keyboard, Clever software optimizations, Improved camera
Software bugs, Slow camera, Expensive for an Android phone
Can an Android phone save BlackBerry?This is the phone that's supposed to save BlackBerry.That seems like a dire thing to say about the new Android-powered BlackBerry Priv, which in any other context would just be yet-another Android phone in what has bec...
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windowscentral.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-06
Amazing battery life, Smooth, mostly Google interface, The best physical keyboard ever, Decent camera, Fantastic frontfacing speaker
BlackBerry software occasionally gets in the way, Frontfacing camera is a little weak, Launching with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
It turns out BlackBerry can make one hell of an Android phone.A quality mobile experience means different things to different people, but a universal core to those experiences is the ability to enjoy using your phone without it feeling like work, even whe...
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