BlackBerry fans who still have unanswered questions about the new Priv smartphone might be able to get them answered on Thursday, Dec. 3. That's when BlackBerry team members will be taking questions from the Reddit community in one of their official AMA (Ask Me Anything) sessions.
In attendance will be BlackBerry Security Director and Canada's Smartest Person Finalist Alex Manea, BlackBerry Director of Software Michael Clewley, and Customer Support community manager and prolific how-to blogger, Ty Williams. Whether you're curious about how to get the most out of PRIV's many cutting-edge features, interested in understanding more about BlackBerry's security, or learning about updates to the PRIV's Android OS, they'll answer your questions as best as they can."
The session itself will take place on the r/Android subreddit via the AMA thread.
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