Have you pre-ordered your BlackBerry Classic? If so, the latest video from Donny over at the Inside BlackBerry blog showing off the device might be more of a tease than anything else. This time around, Donny highlights some of what the app stores on the device offer and shows off a little bit of the browser.
For most CrackBerry readers, it should be pretty standard stuff but we're never going to say no to another look at the BlackBerry Classic before it officially arrives on December 17th and just as before, Donny has also highlighted some of his favorite things about the Classic.
HTML5Test.com has rated the BlackBerry 10 browser amongst the top of the mobile industry. I know this may seem like jargon to some – essentially HTML is the language of the web and this measurement represents how fluent and compatible a browser is. What this means for you is a full-featured mobile web experience with pages that render fast and beautiful.
Unlimited Tabs & Reader Mode
If you're like me you click on many links, but don't always have the chance to read them in real-time. This is where I appreciated the ability to have unlimited tabs open within the BlackBerry Classic browser. I can have a number of tabs available to me, ready to access at my convenience – without worrying about them disappearing if I need to open a fresh one. And when you're catching up on those articles, reader mode condenses the information into a simple easy-to-read view. Content takes a front seat, making it more digestible.
3X Faster than BlackBerry Bold 9900
The BlackBerry Classic offers a truly modern smartphone experience with that familiar BlackBerry feel. There are countless situations where one might need to browse the web quickly, like book an Uber car, read the paper or check the score of the game – the BlackBerry Classic enables you to do so with speed. This keeps you productive, not waiting.
While there has been plenty of debate about whether or not the BlackBerry Classic is a step forward or a step back for BlackBerry, there is no doubt there's people out there waiting for the device to arrive. The good news is, the wait is almost over for those waiting.