So, you're not a fan of the BlackBerry Passport and have been waiting to hear more about the BlackBerry Classic? Good news! It would seem as though now that the Passport is getting closer to availability, we're starting to see just a bit more of the Classic sneak and the device has been caught posing a bit for the camera.
Sure, the device has been caught before but that was in the hands of BlackBerry CEO John Chen and there wasn't much focus placed on it. It was shown off a bit and quickly ushered away to give Passport a bit more of the spotlight.
With that in mind, the images don't really show much of anything new but it does indicate the device is out there in the wild and we're likely to see more of it soon just as we did with the Passport leaks. The Classic still seems set for release in November and will bring back the tool belt, as well as a 3.5-Inch display, a 1.5 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and 2GB of RAM. Who's holding out for the Classic? Sound off.
BlackBerry has announced that it will no longer be manufacturing the Classic. The company is revamping its device lineup to offer only "state of the art devices", but has committed to pushing additional updates out for the Classic.
The holidays and Black Friday are quickly approaching, and if you're looking to pick up a new BlackBerry for someone (or yourself), you'll want to check out the deals BlackBerry have announced. Right now, select BlackBerry 10 smartphones are on sale through December 1.
Customers using a BlackBerry Classic on T-Mobile can now check for software updates and find OS 10.3.2.2789 software release 10.3.2.2514 waiting for them according to the software update page on the T-Mobile site.
Have you been holding out for a sale to pick up a brand new cobalt blue BlackBerry Classic? Perhaps you have had your eyes on a white BlackBerry Leap? If so, now just might be the moment you have been waiting for as BlackBerry has placed select devices on sale for over 20% off from now until September 1st. Canada France Germany Italy Netherlands Spain UK US As BlackBerry notes,...