AT&T BlackBerry Priv gets its first software update
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Although carrier-purchased Priv versions were supposed to get the first update starting on December 7, it seems AT&T needed one extra week to get everything ready. Starting yesterday, BlackBerry Priv users on AT&T can finally enjoy the first Android update for their handsets.
This update has the same size as the one unleashed by BlackBerry at the beginning of the month - no less than 475 MB. Obviously, all the major changes stay the same - 16:9 format support, improved speed and low-light performance for the camera, better language support and emojis for predictive typing, better security, stability, enhanced performance, and more.
According to CrackBerry, BlackBerry Priv owners on AT&T should also notice some updates in Google Play, too. These include new camera filters, WhatsApp support in Hub&Contacts, as well as better DTEK notification options. As usual with OTA updates, those who did not get the notification can always force the manual check from Settings>About>System Updates.
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