As rumored, BlackBerry has announced the Marshmallow beta test for the BlackBerry Priv. You can now sign up to join the program, and the company will accept registrations for two weeks. The first wave will only be available to those who purchased their devices from Amazon, ShopBlackBerry or Carphone Warehouse.
Spaces will be limited, and BlackBerry will begin pushing the beta out in the second week of April. If you want to sign up to test, you can do so at the link below. The program may show as full, but be sure to sign up for the waitlist so that when more spots open next week you may be able to get one.
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