BlackBerry’s PRIV first update rolling out with enhanced security and performance

BlackBerry’s first Android flagship Priv has started getting its first update. It is the similar update that rolled out to unlock the PRIV devices previously in this month.

PRIV released in November, which is a successful device by BlackBerry. The company introduced many new brilliant and outstanding features in the device by using latest technology.   A lot of the features of the device show that the PRIV is targeted to the corporate sector.

As AT&T promised it is now rolling updates into the BlackBerry PRIV, bringing plenty of changes as well. The update weighs around 475 MB will bring a lot of improvement in the mobile such as performance and camera of the mobile. The update also includes different security patches

PRIV owners will notice some changes in Google Play such as WhatsApp support for Hub & Contacts apps, camera filters, keyboard tweaks, and DTEK notification options. A user can ensure updates by checking his mobile’s settings.

PRIV is known for its security features, updates in the device are also enhancing security so PRIV will serve its customers in the best way. People in the corporate sector can use this mobile without any worry of losing data or breaking security. To make security stronger few important updates are pushed to the device.

Few other changes come along so users will experience improved camera, enhanced security, better performance, and improved stability.  All above features will make this device better than before and probably it will be the first choice of Blackberry loyal customers.

 

 

 

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