The BlackBerry Priv Already Have Official Price in Europe: 779 Euros

The new Apple, Samsung, Sony or LG terminals among others always raised many expectations. They are months of rumours about what will be the novelties of the flagships of each brand, until they end up being presented. But by the end of 2015, with the majority of the already submitted flagships, Palm rumors BlackBerry Priv takes them.

It has not lack appeal much to rumors, since the company us has been revealing every millimeter of his new bet, this time with Android as an operating system. And known up and down the terminal is the question of price, already made official in several countries, but not so far in the euro area, where definitely will cost 779 euros.

Already two weeks ago that the Canadians confirmed date and price of the Priv in United States, Canada and Great Britain launch: November 6 from 699 dollars, $ 899 or 559 pounds. By then us was the question of what would happen with the conversion into euro, which is hurting us to use the European currency in recent.

And after rumors of a price 799 euros for its initial launch, we now have official confirmation. Through an update of the blog’s BlackBerry, from which binds to several shops, we have discovered that the price from launch in Germany and Netherlands (and we hope that in Spain) will be 779 euros, close to expected.

High-end price, will it succeed?

The BlackBerry Priv since then it will not be cheap. Its price puts him at the height of the flagships of the best-known brands, or even over what the BlackBerry is very risky. Such disbursement will move away to the pocket of many private, but the expectation aroused by the first BlackBerry with Android is still high.

Perhaps the last official price has cooled tempers of some few, but by what I read in the comments of previous related news, there are a few BlackBerry faithful wishing to make with the Priv. Now the most important thing is us, being able to touch the Priv to evaluate the first adventure of the Canadians in the Android world.