Just after having the unique Blackberry Passport, the Blackberry company has followed it up with the “Blackberry Classic” which is popularly known as Blackberry Q20. This is yet another premium Smart phone that operates on blackberry 10.3.1 OS. Released in December and is available on the Nigerian market. This classic smart phone is considered a smart choice for lovers of blackberry this year as we still await something better.
It Design and Specifications
This classic has often times been misunderstood for blackberry bold, however it aims on succeeding where the bold was unable to. As suggested by the name, this phone’s design boast of being classic. The Blackberry Classic weighs about 177grams, however it still remains very portable. It comes in just two colors – black and white. It comes with a 3.5 inch touch display and a four row QWERTY attractively designed keyboard sure captivate and please its fans.
Its design revolves around a metal of silver frame with its edges curved. It carries a camera at the front top-right (a 2-mega pixel camera) and another camera with LED-light at the back top-left with an inscription of “classic” at its middle behind. Its battery feature is a whole lot more impressive (a non- removable Li-Ion 2515mAh battery) and is expected that it lasts as long as 365 hours on 3G standby, on talk time it lasts about 17 hours, and 70 hours when its on music play.
It supports an SD card as large as 128GB and a storage space of 16GB and its SIM slot is to be found at its left side. Its call quality is so great; one could hear clearly when making calls. At its base is located its loudspeaker (two suitably loud ones). However, its audio quality is considered a bit too thin and may not be suitable for listening to music except with the use of a headphone.
Blackberry Classic – Hardware And Software
Blackberry classic includes features like a 3.5 inch 720p capacitive touchscreen with 294ppi pixel density and protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. It is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz krait processor, 16GB built-in memory, a 2GB of RAM size, and an extension capacity of up to 128GB via SD card.
Blackberry is still known to be at the top when it comes to its productivity game. It’s got it all, meeting up with your needs. It is now available on the Nigerian mobile market and depending on where you purchase them, price range from 110,000 to 150,000.