Blackberry Classic Review
It’s far better than good, the rival of the darker side, but this amazing mobile phone with a lot more than to offer, and still got a shiner curve being the best among the league. Powered with 10.3.1 OS, this cell doesn’t just give you three times faster browsing, rather it connects the world of infinite apps i.e. Android with productive Blackberry World. Built with a sleek design, venerable curves, solidly constructed, it has everything in its magic screen. Experience the simplicity and readability of dedicated keys along with the track pad which makes working on mobile 10 times faster and easier. QWERTY keypad and a capacitive 3.5” touch screen hold an amazing deal if you are looking forward to buy a business class cell phone.
- 5 inches capacitive touchscreen display with 294 pixels in an inch
- QWERTY keypad with touch inability
- 16 GB internal memories up to 32 GB Micro SD extension and 2GB RAM
- Blackberry 10.3.1 as operating system with 1.5GHz dual-core Krait CPU and Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon Chipset (Adreno 225 GPU)
- Bluetooth available, version 4.0
- 8 megapixel rear camera and 2 megapixel front camera
- 5 mm audio port
- Nano SIM port
- 2G, 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi support
- Proximity and accelerometer sensors
- 2515 mAh Li-ion non-removable battery
This phone isn’t just an improvement on its older model rather it offers a way more than that, with battery life 50% more than any other Blackberry product till date, 16GB storage and 8MP camera, it makes it the best phone ever put in the market by Blackberry. Blackberry Classic comes with 720p screen and a notification light to pulse for every notification that lands in your inbox. The absolute die-hard productivity is afoot even in this product and an edgy sharpness is what makes Blackberry to hold the market in the first place. This little but powerful and handy device is worth for its money, let us have a look what it got in actual terms.
Externals: Design and Display:
Blackberry launched this product keeping its attires in position and serving in the best interest of customers, the craze and run towards the touch screen and a full HD display. Blackberry Classic comes with a 3.5” full capacitive 720p corning Gorilla Glass touch screen. Stainless steel outer frame makes it a tough player; it is a real solid phone in hands. Designed with high-quality materials and the grain-close finishes to provide better protection from impact and an optimal grip, make it the best in the league. Sleek and stylish look does not compromise on the Blackberry’s QWERTY keypad and track ball features, which make the working on this phone professional as well as faster.
Internals: Hardware and Software:
Blackberry Classic combines durability, reliability, quickness, and professional looks into a single phone. Weighing low on your pocket, it weighs low in weight too, as much as 177gm. With QWERTY keyboard and dedicated keys, it has a 3.5” 720p touch screen to make the task easier to go through the phone. Based on Blackberry 10.3.1 OS, it has a 1.5 GHz Dual-core processor. Internal memory is 16 GB, which is extendable up to 128 GB, 8Mp camera, with autofocus, and LED flash enables you to click best shots and record video at as high as [email protected]
Secondary camera is 2MP along with geo-tagging, face detection, touch focus, HDR, and panorama features. Enabled with Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual band, hotspot, Bluetooth v4.0, GPS, NFC and micro USB 2.0. It has got accelerometer, gyro, compass, and proximity sensors too. What makes it the best option is its 2515 mAh Li-Ion battery that gives a backup of up to 22 Hrs.
Camera and Connectivity:
For a person to be a camera freak, the Blackberry Classic provides you with an apt choice of 8-megapixel rear camera supporting the auto focus. The phone allows the backside illumination with flash, which is continuous with touch focus. The rear camera comes with the video and picture stabilization mode with 5x zooming quality. You can perform the 1080p HD video recording at 30 fps (frequency per second). The phone also comes with a fixed-focus front camera of 2-megapixal quality and 3x zooming, with which you can ably shoot a standard 720p HD video with the HDR mode at the rate of 60 fps. It is certainly a best pick for all the situations, whether it is daylight or the husky clouds.
Coming to the other qualities of the camera, the exposure and saturation level of the colours are not too shabby and does not veer quickly. You also get a proper contrast and colour check when you are shooting in dark and dim lights. Its panoramic mode, HDR, timer will allow you to explore the whole lot in photography and shooting. It also has the special burst feature added for the mob, who like burst capturing to choose multiple unique moments from the stills. With this specific feature, you can select the best few best one and discard other, which does not fit in your criteria.
After exploring much in the camera and its quality, it is time now to explore a bit about connectivity because ultimately the a proper working connection will only allow to upload your best captures on social medias. So, talking about the connectivity of the Blackberry Classis, it offers 2G, 3G, and 4G connectivity with 2G at a rate of 85.6 kbps in GPRS and 236.8 kbps in EDGE mode, 3G at 42.2 mbps and 4G at the rate 150 mbps. It also supports the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and you can even prepare your own Wi-Fi hotspot. It also has Bluetooth connectivity (version 4.0, LR), GPS, and USB connectivity with MicroUSB v2.0.
With popular brand name and a plenty of mob doing gaga over the brand’s specification, the Blackberry Classic is an extreme classic available in handful of money. Since the release, it has earned a series of loyal clientele, who will only suggest the product as the best buy. In fact, it is the best display quality, camera features, connectivity, hardware, and price, all makes it an affordable and trusted pick of the market indeed. Therefore, if you are planning to buy the Blackberry Classic, then you are certainly making the best decision of you gadget history. It only costs 449 USD, which is comparatively less than the features it is providing.
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