No. And here's why.
This is blackberries first foray into the android world. They have always had their own software and own control. This is the first phone they have that's a hybrid. This was known to shoppers before it came out. It is unrealistic to think that things would be flawless. The average consumer does not need "security updates" and if so should have gone with a tried and proven device initially.
The sooner that people realize it's not the blackberry of old and is just another android device the better. Actually, understanding it's just an android is better. It's an android in bb clothing.
Where do you get your info from? Read every article about the Priv and it clearly says with MM it is 1 of the most secure phones out there.You need to stay off this forum, you have no idea what you are talking about.
There must be soME nefarious reason Verizon does not want to upgrade to Marshmello. I suggest a class action suit by everyone who wants it. Marshmello has extended aPP SECURITY THAT IS PROBABLY PISSINGOF THE MORONS AT vERIZON. iT IS AVAIABLE FROM TbLACKBERRY SITE, BUT IS BLOCKED BY vERIZON. wHY/
mAYBE WE SHOUOLD GIVE BACK THE PHONES AND GOP TO at&t.
What difference does it make about who makes the phone? It should be up to date. Verizon can not get their people to get it working. I know for a fact because I talked to BB and Verizon, it was released in April to all carriers, only Verizon can not get it working.