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Sep 8, 2014

BlackBerry Classic (Q20) Emerges in New Photos

One of the smartphones that Canadian mobile phone maker BlackBerry is expected to make official before the end of this year is the BlackBerry Classic, which can be admired in a new set of photos today.

The upcoming device is also known as the BlackBerry Q20, and is expected to be introduced sometime in November, as BlackBerry CEO John Chen officially announced back in June. The phone was already shown to the public a few months ago, yet we still haven’t had the chance to have a closer look at it, but the newly published images appear meant to change that. As CrackBerry notes, the fact that more photos with this handset leak online suggests that the phone is indeed on track to make an official appearance sooner rather than later, although BlackBerry hasn’t said anything new on it recently. For those out of the loop, we should note that the company is set to launch another new device before the end of September, none other than the BlackBerry Passport, which will be a high-end device.

At the moment, the vendor appears focused on the release of Passport, yet it should switch its attention to BlackBerry Classic as soon as the new high-end phone goes official. A mid-range phone with classic BlackBerry looks. Just as its name suggests, the BlackBerry Classic is set to bring back a design that enthusiasts have been long accustomed with, though it will also feature some hardware enhancements to bring it in line with what other smartphones have to offer these days. Those looking to grab this phone should know that it will arrive on shelves with a 3.5-inch display paired with a QWERTY keyboard. Moreover, the upcoming device will be powered by a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, which should be complemented by 2GB of RAM.

Basically, the new device will put together “classic” looks with appealing performance capabilities, which should make a lot of BlackBerry fans happy. When compared to what other smartphones out there have to offer in terms of hardware specifications, however, the new device falls into the mid-range segment, if not lower. BlackBerry has yet to provide full details on the new device, so it remains to be seen whether there will be any outstanding features inside this phone, so as to make it stand out from the crowd. You’ll still have to wait a couple of months for that to happen, but more leaked info on the device could arrive soon, along with some additional photos with it, so stay tuned for more on the matter.

BlackBerry Classic (Q20)
Images credits to Weibo via CrackBerry


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