BlackBerry launched beta program for Android 6.0 update on Priv smartphone

Apr

5

2016

BlackBerry has launched the beta for the upcoming Android 6.0 update that must appear before the Priv, BlackBerry’s first smartphone with the Google OS. Those interested can sign up and then possibly invited by the manufacturer to join.

On the blog of the Canadian smartphone maker beta program was announced , with a link to a web page where users can indicate. For those interested, is that they gradually gain access to the new software, where there is no guarantee that anyone can actually proceed to installation. BlackBerry also expects no major problems in the beta software, all users must have to keep in mind that not everything works as expected. Those who have access are asked to beta to report bugs.

Currently, BlackBerry working on registering interested users to roll out the Android 6.0 beta for Priv. spread over two weeks, closing the subscription and software. Then the beta period will last between four and eight weeks, is likely to be reported depending on how many bugs. It is plausible that quickly follows the final release after this period Priv for all users.

With Android 6.0 gets the Priv access to new, Google-developed features like Now On Tap, a contextual search engine that can be activated by a long press on the home button. BlackBerry also promises better battery life, by using Doze. This limits the use of background apps. The manufacturer adds its own security enhancements, as also previously did; the Priv currently runs on an Android 5.1 device where BlackBerry has added its own security features to.

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