Anonymous, 03 Dec 2014Sooo.. Blackberry take a old style blackberry design... and slap 2gb ram with a 2 Year old chi... moreFor a lot of BlackBerry users this is requirement. Those who wants a certain set of functionality but don't give much though about 'specs' will buy Classic.
Sooo.. Blackberry take a old style blackberry design... and slap 2gb ram with a 2 Year old chipset? Wtf....
Anonymous, 02 Dec 2014Nothing could be replaced with my iphone.Because your's ain't.
Remesh, 01 Dec 2014Ofcourse. But you should buy one first to call it "my".Nothing could be replaced with my iphone.
I've been using my nokia e72 for years now and haven't found any new phones to replace it. Tried a couple of touch screen phones but no matter how hard I try, can't really type fast without errors. looks like this will be my replacement, only things that disappoints me so far are non removable batteries and why it takes so long for bb to release this phone??
Anonymous, 01 Dec 2014my iphone is no 1Ofcourse. But you should buy one first to call it "my".
Anonymous, 01 Dec 2014I dont invest in down company.Yes, nobody is perfect. However, there is always a first for everything.
So why don't you do some maths and start investing in a "down company" ? You know ( this is a secret ) only a down share can go up and get a lot of $$$. With BlackBerry Classic, that is exactly what is going to happen.
Anonymous, 01 Dec 2014still not popular..going drown and drownn...Going down? Indeed, when BlackBerry take their Classics from their stores to hand over to those ever increasing number of happy customers! Right on spot. You know, even BlacBerry cannot defy this annoying thing called gravity.
I even detect a sadness in your tone. So what are you going to do to make BlackBerry passport popular? I would suggest you buy one and flaunt it in your class. Go..go...
people give low ratings for blackberry because of whatever financial theory they have. but those idiots dont know that blackberry has other ideas instead of phones details and quality. for instance security blackberry has one of the best security features which soon too come in the future android and iphone will be using there security system on their platforms.
Grim Reaper, 30 Nov 2014I use a Nokia E73, which is a Blackberry clone, and prefer it to the keyboardless Android phon... moreI forgot to add that I used my unlocked North American model Nokia E73 when I went to Europe and, because it is a "world" phone, I bought a pay as you go/pay in advance SIM card in each country I went to and saved a lot of money because I didn't pay roaming fees. The BlackBerry Classic will probably also be a "world" phone so that's another reason to get one.
I use a Nokia E73, which is a Blackberry clone, and prefer it to the keyboardless Android phone I previously had. Even though the Nokia E73 is obsolete, it does everything I need except that, since Microshaft bought Nokia, support is non-existent and being reduced, such as the shutdown of Skype support. I am now in the market for another phone with a real keyboard which the BlackBerry Classic looks to be the one to get because it will run Blackberry and Android Apps, is unlocked if purchased from Blackberry, operates with virtually every service provider, fits in a pocket (hopefully). The build quality of the Nokia E73 is superb but, from what I've read about the BlackBerry Classic, it isn't at that standard but what is in this time of crap consumerism. I am looking forward purchasing a BlackBerry Classic.
New Blackberry handsets seem to be great specs, but issue with Blackberry is same as always - overpromise and under deliver - new phones/os are announced and then delayed many times - disappointing business model and major reason they are in financial trouble