Last year, BlackBerry introduced the BB Passport and BB Classic. While the former brought about a new crave in new design, the BlackBerry Classic reinvented the older-generation BBs which had trackpads, and QWERTY keyboards — both handsets were initially produced exclusively in black.
And now, UK, Italy, Vietnam, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia will all be getting the white version of the Classic. In the United Kingdom, ShopBlackBerry and Amazon are already offering the device while the other other markets are expected to have the phone in stock in the next coming weeks.
In terms of physical qualities, the BB Classic houses a 3.5-inch 720 x 720 pixels display, an 8MP main and 2MP front camera. A 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon processor, 2GB of RAM and internal 16GB storage powers the device. The smartphone runs on BlackBerry 10.3.1 and taps current from a 2515mAh Li-Ion battery.