Marshmallow is now making its way to BlackBerry's flagship, and only, Android device.
New phones purchased from BlackBerry's website will come with the latest version of Android. Those that are already in the wild will start receiving updates from carriers on May 3rd. The phone is available on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
This news comes three weeks after BlackBerry made the upcoming experience available to early adopters through a public beta. Around the same time, the company dropped the Priv's price by $50.
In addition to the goodies that come with Android 6.0, this update delivers security enhancements such as customizable data permissions and S/MIME support. The BlackBerry Hub can display notifications from more apps, a mute indicator shows during active calls, and the BlackBerry Keyboard comes with more gestures and enhanced word prediction. Plus there are 200 more emoji.
BlackBerry offers a look at the changes in the video below.
- Inside BlackBerry