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Here’s why we never got a BlackBerry Passport with Android

Leading up to the release of the BlackBerry PRIV, there were rumors swirling that BlackBerry might release a different Android phone alongside it. That phone would essentially be the BlackBerry Passport, but with Android instead of BlackBerry 10. Why did it never launch? The answer may surprise you.
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