Samsung has announced that its Galaxy S7 Edge flagship will get June Security update in advance, now BlackBerry is rolling out this update to its BlackBerry Priv purchased from ShopBlackBerry and Amazon. The update carries AAF153 build number, it weighs 1805 MB and contains fixes for many bugs, but we’ll tell you everything about them below.
BlackBerry Priv was released in November 2015 with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box and later, it was upgraded to 6.0 Marshmallow. This is the first Android smartphone created by the Canadian company and some of the owners just received the June Security update with a solution for the overheating problems, as well as many bug fixes.
A few days ago, BlackBerry rolled out the fifth Marshmallow beta, which is available for devices purchased from ShopBlackBerry, Amazon, and T-Mobile and now, on CrackBerry Forums, some people have reported that they received Marshmallow build AAF153, which is believed to be the June 1st security update.
This update comes with fixes for:
– an issue that prevented the device to not find 5GHz networks;
– “No SIM card” error, which wasn’t detecting SIM;
– Bluetooth Sharing, which was stopping suddenly;
– the connection between Bluetooth and briefly was interrupting;
– SIM was seen as new post device reboot;
– device was getting very hot when users were having Skype video chat and up-link audio was disabled;
– Carrier name in status bar appeared top aligned;
– After OTA update, device became extremely hot;
– there was no MP3 track information passed over Bluetooth;
– Class 0 message appeared on device reboot.
BlackBerry Priv – Specs
The device has a slide-out keyboard, an AMOLED screen with a 5.4-inch diagonal and a QHD resolution, which is slightly curved on the edges; it’s powered by a Qualcomm MSM8992 Snapdragon 808 hexa core processor clocked at 1.8GHz, which is backed by 3GB of RAM; the internal memory has a capacity of 32GB and it’s expandable up to 200GB; the front camera is only 2MP, but the rear camera is mode advanced, supporting a resolution of 18MP, and the battery is very generous in juice, supporting a capacity of 3410mAh.
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