Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry has announced Marshmallow beta testing on BlackBerry Priv. As rumored earlier, the company is now accepting the beta program application from the users for two weeks. In the initial phase, users who have purchased the phone from Amazon, ShopBlackBerry, or Carphone Warehouse will be eligible for the program.
BlackBerry Priv is the latest smartphone from the company that runs on Android Marshmallow with an ultra-thin body and is packed with advanced security. The device comes with a 5.4″ dual-curved screen enabled with a hidden keyboard with SmartSlide technology and powered by a 3410 mAh battery.
The space in the beta program is limited, and users can sign up for registration in the BlackBerry Beta Zone. The participants can also submit detailed bug reports for specific issue areas they encounter through BlackBerry Bug Reporter.