Blackberry Classic Smartphone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

BlackBerry has really struggled to keep up with the likes of Apple and Android. As the iPhone continued to evolve (along with Android), BlackBerry just hasn’t kept up with what consumers demand. So for the holidays, the brand we once swore by has opted for a throwback design in the Blackberry Classic Smartphone.

Everything we loved about our phones from 2010, except updated with modern day must haves. It looks just like the BlackBerry of yesteryear, but has been outfitted with a 3.5-inch touchscreen situated right above that beloved full QWERTY keyboard. The new phone is powered by an older (2012) dual-core Qualcomm processor paired with 2GB of ram, and runs BlackBerry 10 OS. It also features 16 GB of internal flash storage, 8 megapixel camera, BBM, and you better believe it’s a whiz with your emails – which is the main reason we fell in love with it all those years ago. The phone is currently available through local carriers, and will be sold through both AT&T and Verizon in 2015. Of course you can also scoop up an unlocked version through Amazon $449. [Purchase]

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