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The Classic Return of Blackberry
Blackberry is in quest of revamping their famous QWERTY keyboard. To once regain the lost consumers who loved the device, Blackberry launch the all new Classic. This smartphone is classic indeed with better features and overall clean look through and through. With numerous leaks and teasers for the last 6 months, it finally gets into the hands to make a perfect feel of a classic keyboard for the future. The once Canadian giant is backing on the famous QWERTY keyboard, square track pad and conventional hardware mechanisms.
Fraternization of novel technologies with old style traditions, the BlackBerry Classic is believed to succeed with both smartphone lovers and loyal fans. Indeed, the classic factor is to be promising – it is a compact phone with a high-resolution touch-screen technology, fast hardware, and all the features that once made BlackBerry a best-selling Qwerty cellphone in the world, most importantly it works with Android apps as well.
The first look starts with the dimensions of the classic with 131 x 72.4 x 10.2 mm and 177 gm and supports only a Nano-Sim. The Blackberry Classic features a 3.5 inch screen size with a 294 pixel density. It is well protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. The classic will run on the latest platform from the Blackberry 10.3.1 OS. It will run a Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon, Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait. The memory part is equipped with 2GB of RAM and built in 16 GB internal memory. Blackberry has given an option of extendible memory supported up to 128 GB. The connectivity part is loaded with all the latest technologies Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G, and 4G LTE and FM Radio to keep you in loop with your peers all the time with the entertainment and business. The phone is also equipped with the advance payment system Near Field Communication (NFC).
The camera features an 8MP snapper, autofocus, LED Flash. The front camera is 2MP. It has a reasonably strong battery power of 2515 Mah.
The BlackBerry Classic is already available for purchase globally via selected carriers and retailers. Pricing in the US is $450, while in Europe it should cost €450.
It remains to be seen how smartphone loving consumers will be drawn towards the new BlackBerry Classic. However the corporate sector, which has years of BlackBerry experience, might find it attractive to be just what the doctor ordered.