There's plenty of Samsung to go around this week, so we'll talk about that, about Huawei and Honor and more with TK Bay on our show this week!
The Huawei Mate 10 and ZTE Axon M for AT&T got their launch events this week! We talk about those and BlackBerry's latest moves with CrackBerry Kevin!
Before TCL took over BlackBerry smartphone production and marketing, the BlackBerry Priv was released running Android Lollipop and will stay on Marshmallow.
Evan Blass has a few good looks at one try on the LG V30. It includes a Second Screen that is offset from the main body and can extend from it.
Our detailed BlackBerry KEYone vs Priv video comparison is unsurprisingly a no contest all in all, which is certainly good news for TCL.
Two older phones get some spring cleaning detergent sprayed onto them for some discount action. Will you take a PRIV or DTEK50 home?
"The New BlackBerry" is (almost) here, and actual manufacturer TCL was kind enough to let us take it for a quick spin in early pre-production form.
The Dark Theme comes to the BlackBerry Launcher while users of the DTEK60 can now retrieve passwords with a tap of the fingerprint sensor.
Several other BlackBerry phones running BB10 have also received some vicious discounts. If you're interested in the Priv, it's got a big cut, too.
Contrary to popular belief, BlackBerry isn't altogether done with internally building smartphones yet, prepping one final keyboard design.
Several months after unlocked, T-Mobile and AT&T variants of the BlackBerry Priv have received Marshmallow, Verizon finally follows suit.
BlackBerry Priv owners have been reported service issues on their phones since August. There's a fix in for AT&T variants, but what about T-Mobile ones?
The inevitable demise of internally-developed BlackBerry phones is a rumor no more, with "partners" in charge of future hardware production.
Investors are hoping that will be the case. They can even point to some outlying evidence. But what about that second Android phone John Chen promised?
Even though BlackBerry claimed that its secure boot chain, standard on its Android phones, "mitigated" the last Quadrooter hole, it has been patched.
If you're not interested in the world's "most secure Android smartphone," BlackBerry is willing to part with its second-best for a discount.
The BlackBerry DTEK50 is BlackBerry's latest effort at coming back to the handset market. Can it succeed where the Priv failed?
The oft-rumored BlackBerry Neon and Argon Android smartphones might finally be unveiled next week, based on CEO John Chen's cryptic innuendos.
Available for an all-time low price at third-party discount specialists, the BlackBerry Priv finally scores Marshmallow treats on AT&T after T-Mobile.
It might still feel a little awkward to use for many Android enthusiasts, but at $300, the BlackBerry Priv delivers impressive bang for your buck.
Don't worry, physical QWERTY keyboard devotees, as your precious is alive and well as far as BlackBerry is concerned, even after the Classic's death.
Instead of giving up on producing phones, or at least taking it easy in the hardware sector, BlackBerry apparently has a trio of new Androids up its sleeve.
The BlackBerry Neon is reportedly coming to light up the Canadian OEM's financials, unfortunately with a familiar design and unremarkable specs in tow.