BlackBerry Limited has today today introduced its new QWERTY keypad smartphone BlackBerry Classic which is an upgraded version of BlackBerry Bold 9900.
BlackBerry Classic sports a 3.5 inch HD display protected against routine scratches by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 layer on top. It also includes a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor equipped with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storeage, which can be further expanded up to 128 GB storage via Micro SD card.
Blackberry Classic packs an 8 MP rear facing camera along with a 2 MP front-facing shooter. It houses a large battery inside which offer you up to 22 hours of battery power. On the software front, it runs on BlackBerry 10.3.1 operating system.
This device promises better experience compared to BlackBerry Bold 9900. BlackBerry Classic offers you three times faster browser, 60 percent more screen space, 50 percent longer battery life and Greater variety of applications through BlackBerry World and the Amazon App store.
“We listened closely to our customers’ feedback to ensure we are delivering the technologies to power them through their day – and that feedback led directly to the development of BlackBerry Classic,” said John Chen, Executive Chairman and CEO at BlackBerry. “BlackBerry Classic is the powerful communications tool that many BlackBerry Bold and Curve users have been waiting for. It’s the secure device that feels familiar in their hands, with the added performance and agility they need to be competitive in today’s busy world.”
Blackberry Classic comes with QWERTY keypad which gives you better control and ease to communicate quickly using a trackpad and classic navigation keys. Its BlackBerry 10 browser is also quite fast and HTML5TEST.com rates it one of the top mobile browsers for web fidelity.
Software features include BlackBerry Blend, BlackBerry Assistant, BlackBerry Hub, Dual app storefronts like BlackBerry World and Amazon Appstore.
BlackBerry Classic is available at most major offline retail stores and ShopBlackBerry.com and Amazon.com e -commerce portals.