chideraa, 31 Oct 2014After using Q10.i feel like blackberry with trackpad are now outdated or for older blackberry'... moreI also have a Q10. I need a phone to get sh+t done. I travel a whole lot in my work. The biggest frustration I have with the Q10, and really with any virtual keyboard phone, is accurate cutting and pasting, and cursor placement. And this goes without saying, but it is incredibly annoying to scroll down web pages on a touch screen, and inadvertently open a link. A trackpad resolves all these issues. I just wish they'd make a Q10 with the touch sensitive keyboard that the Blackberry passport has. Now that would be 'moving forward' for Blackberry. I don't want that clunky passport, would I'd buy an advanced Q10, as described, in a heartbeat. (I also have a company provided iphone 5s. I'm not a 'behind the times' tech guy. Blackberry is still the best phone for a person traveling a lot, and trying to get work done.)
when it will be launched?? why so delayed?? its been 5 months when it is announced. wht prob with bb they r loosing customers.
wow!! yes but after using so many Blackberry and RIM devices .. I don't believe in 2014 someone will still design a keyboard like this on Q20 (Classic)?? I mean the damn thing does not even recognize that you are about or requested to enter a SIM Pin number which is universally known to be numeric- why the hell does it want us to press and hold Alt key whist typing the numbers?? with this it is like Blackberry is going backwards..so disappointed!!
After using Q10.i feel like blackberry with trackpad are now outdated or for older blackberry's,they should have make bigger Q10 along with this one. because i do things faster on my Q10 than my former bb9900.#longlifebb
That's what I am waiting for! My Bold 9900 is the best phone in the world for me. The Classic will be much better. Waiting for the White one. Thank you very much.
If the blackberry q20 has a removable battery then it will have outdone the blackberry 9900 and also in terms of RAM. A trackpad and a removable battery is an unbeatable combination and a must for the blackberry q 20! Am a die-hard qwerty person.
Anybody hv idea hw much it wl cost?? I m planning yo buy it but if its more than 20000 then I wl go for q5.
Thnx in advance.
911xxx, 23 Oct 2014supposingly i a good phone but the stupid Chen guys hold for too long i think now they miss th... moreHmm.. No, RIP BlackBerry is not going to happen, how many times you pray to the darklord. At present , there is only option for people who want and need a high end QWERTY smartphone is BlackBerry. A QWERTY guy will not go to a glass slab if he can help it.
Nevertheless, I wish the release frequency of new BlackBerry models are more close to each other. Testing water is fine, but do not test it for too long in a World where the supply of patience is dwindling per second.
am, 27 Oct 2014where it is given that the battery is non removable?gsma arena and thats towards the last features.
only one man , 25 Oct 2014it's not the only phone with a none removable battery. so no need to panic where it is given that the battery is non removable?
Elite1, 29 Sep 2014Error on screen res: BlackBerry Classic will 3.5" 720x720 like Q10 & Q5. Just the... moreJust got the BlackBerry Passport. Awesome for work. BlackBerry is back! Cannot wait for the Classic to be released!!!
supposingly i a good phone but the stupid Chen guys hold for too long i think now they miss the window and it will be a big failure again. User all went to iPhone 6 now.
Hmm...between this and the Q10 which one has a better processor. Because it's almost the same snapdragon S4 right? And will it be worth it if i have a q10 and want to upgrade to the classic?
Alert! Calling all hackers and techies! Seriously, so, the upcoming Blackberry Classic (Q20) will have a non-removable battery. We users of qwerty phones (such the great but aging Nokia E72) will be depending on you to provide us all a way replacing the BB Classic battery when it becomes unusable -- as all Classic batteries will. So, start figuring various root/workaround methods for us (future purchasers of the Classic) who see "qwerty" as essential and elegant. Beyond the year-long debate about removable vs non-removable, a cellphone with a non-removable battery smells almost like "planned obsolescence".