BlackBerry Classic Has December Release Date

BlackBerry fans can be very happy today as the mobile phone company revealed that the new BlackBerry Classic will be out in December. Company CEO John Chen made the announcement alongside the BES12 launch during his talk at the MIT Enterprise Forum in Hong Kong. Chen said “BES12 will launch on November 13th, followed by the BlackBerry Classic one month later,”

He also explained that the BES12, AKA the BlackBerry Enterprise Service 12, is a “tool for business and government customers to manage mobile devices on their networks, and is also the company’s attempt to unify its existing platforms and provide clients with increased flexibility and security.”

BlackberryThe BlackBerry Classic, AKA the BlackBerry Q20, is rumoured to have a a 3.5 inch screen with 720 x 720 pixels resolution It is powered by a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory size. It will apparently have a 13 megapixel camera.

Also the big news for the device is that the BlackBerry Classic will have the signature physical QWERTY keypad that the brand is renowned for and exactly what sets BlackBerry apart from it;s competitors.

There was no confirmed release date from BlackBerry and also no price information for the BlackBerry Classic.

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