BlackBerry Classic QWERTY Phone Launched - Tracey On Tech

Friday, December 19, 2014

BlackBerry Classic QWERTY Phone Launched

Do you love QWERTY phones? I do, and BlackBerry launched their latest QWETRY handset. 

Ontario based mobile  tech mentioned this innovative device, which contains a impressive similarity to its best seller and Curve device, features a bigger screen, extended battery life, broadened application collection, also have a faster browser than the previous.

John Chen the Chief Executive Officer stated "BlackBerry Classic is the powerful communications tool that many BlackBerry Bold and Curve users have been waiting for," remembering the unit brings back the command bar that assisting its legacy device easy to navigate.

As soon as the company first released its new BlackBerry 10 OS and devices it set much more focus on touch screen alienating a lot of users to its physical keyboard.

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Furthermore, people moved to the fresh physical keyboard devices afterwards it will launch. Chen in some strategies taking the company back to its roots, highlighting the physical keyboard with the latest released of the Passport and the Classic models,   instead of competing straight against the touch screen devices of prominent rivals like Apple and Samsung. Chen became CEO years ago also swivel BlackBerry to gain more earnings from software, as program access charges from those using its legacy product wind down.

Experts noted a effective release of the Classic might sped up service income break down due to the fact the brand new units do not produce system access fees. However, a jump in components income from Passport and Classic sales would certainly give BlackBerry time to level up its software business in 2015.

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