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AT&T will be the first US carrier to offer Blackberry's Priv

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AT&T will begin carrying the Blackberry Priv on November 6th, the company announced on Monday. The phone, which runs Android's Lollipop OS and features a slide-out physical keyboard, will be available that Friday in both AT&T retail outlets and the company's website. Specs for the Priv leaked late last month, though the price listed there has since been corrected to an even $700 if you buy it unlocked.

Additionally, AT&T customers can order the HTC One A9 today through the company website. It hits retail locations on November 6th as well.

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