BlackBerry has launched the BlackBerry Classic, their latest smartphone with a full QWERTY physical keyboard in India. It comes with a 3.5-inch (720 x 720 pixels) touch screen display at 294 PPI pixel density and is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor. It has a 35-key QWERTY physical backlit keyboard with wider layout and larger sculpted keys and navigation keys. BlackBerry has partnered with Snapdeal to launch the smartphone. Continue reading “BlackBerry Classic launched in India for Rs. 31990”
The BlackBerry Classic has already launched in the UK with Vodafone, Selfridges and BlackBerry Direct and now retailer Carphone Warehouse has announced it is stocking the handset from today. The retailer has the handset available on a range of contracts starting at just £26.50 per month and is also selling the handset for £329.99 SIM free. Continue reading “BlackBerry Classic lands at Carphone Warehouse”
BlackBerry may have been through the wringer over the past twelve months but the company is still going strong and their latest handset, the BlackBerry Classic, is now in-stock and available to buy in both the UK and United Arab Emirates. Continue reading “BlackBerry Classic in-stock in the UK and UAE”
BlackBerry announced the Classic smartphone last month in the US for $449. The BlackBerry Classic was originally introduced as BlackBerry Q20 at the MWC 2014 earlier this year. We have already seen the unboxing of the device and now let’s take a look at the hardware of the phone in the form of photo gallery. Continue reading “BlackBerry Classic Photo Gallery”
The new BlackBerry Classic smartphone will be available in the UK next month as networks Vodafone, O2 and EE have confirmed they will range the handset. All three networks will offer the BlackBerry Classic to business customers but rival network Three, who focuses on consumer connections only, will not be stocking the Classic.
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BlackBerry have today officially unveiled their new BlackBerry Classic smartphone (although it went up for pre-order a few weeks back) and the company said shipments of its new handset would begin this week. However, in the UK it seems you’ll have a while to wait yet as the handset is not set to begin shipping until mid-January. Continue reading “BlackBerry Classic UK shipments begin mid-January 2015”
BlackBerry just launched the BlackBerry Classic, their latest smartphone with a full QWERTY physical keyboard at an event in New York. It comes with a 3.5-inch (720 x 720 pixels) touch screen display at 294 PPI pixel density. This is the largest ever on a BlackBerry QWERTY smartphone, larger than the BlackBerry Q10 that was launched last year. It has a 35-key QWERTY physical backlit keyboard with wider layout and larger sculpted keys and navigation keys. It is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, packs a 2GB RAM, 16GB of inbuilt memory and supports microSD cards up to 128GB. The 2515 mAh battery promises of up to 22 hours of mixed battery life. Continue reading “BlackBerry Classic with 3.5-inch 294 PPI display launched for $449”
BlackBerry has started taking pre-order for the BlackBerry Classic, the company’s latest top-end smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard. It is the successor of the BlackBerry Q10 that was launched last year. The Classic was originally announced as BlackBerry Q20 back in February and it was expected to launch this month. Continue reading “BlackBerry Classic now available for pre-order at $449, launching on December 17”
BlackBerry had announced its latest BB10 smartphone called BlackBerry Q20 in February this year. The name of this device was soon changed to BlackBerry Classic and is now expected to be launched in November.
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