BlackBerry’s latest flagship phone, the BlackBerry Classic (formerly known as the BlackBerry Q20), takes consumers back to BlackBerry’s traditional design with a touch display and a physical QWERTY keyboard. BlackBerry Classic offers a good battery life with up to 17 hours talktime.
The BlackBerry Classic was expected sometime in November along with the new BlackBerry BES12 Server, which enables companies manage devices across multiple platforms including BlackBerry, Android, Windows Phone, and iOS.
As for specs, the BlackBerry Classic follows the traditional design of the BlackBerry Q10 and BlackBerry Bold. BlackBerry Classic features a 3.5-inch Touch Display, a Physical QWERTY keyboard, and is running on BlackBerry 10.3.1.
BlackBerry Classic is now available at a starting price of around $450. BlackBerry Classic is not yet available in Nigeria, but we expect price to range from .