Canadian smartphone manufacturer Blackberry has launched their much-expected smartphone ― Classic. Though it looks like a refurbished edition of Blackberry's most successful smartphone Bold 9900, Classic offers something more that may make most Blackberry fans happy.
The USP of the phone would be its 40-key physical QWERTY keypad, which is sure to make the fans delighted. The keys look ergonomic for its curvature design.
Sporting a 3.5-inch display with 720x720 pixels resolution the touchscreen features a pixel density of 294ppi. The Blackberry Classic also offers an 8mp rear camera and a 2mp front camera with a plethora of necessary transmitters and sensors.
Powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz Adreno Snapdragon S4 Plus SoC, the Classic adds 2GB RAM memory for enhancing the performance. The Blackberry OS 10.3.1-based smartphone also adds 16GB onboard memory with additional 128GB by appending a MicroSD card.
The Classic also appears with a 2,515mAh battery that Blackberry claims should provide 22 hours of life in average use.
The Blackberry Classic GSM edition is already up for order, which will be shipped by the end of this year.