Tomorrow we will witness the last BlackBerry device launch of 2014. BlackBerry has launched a range of devices from the an all touch 5″ Z3 with an affordable price tag, a Porsche Design P9983, an innovative BlackBerry Passport with a touch enabled keyboard, and to close the year a throw back to the legacy of old. The BlackBerry Classic will be a win-back device. To steal users from legacy BlackBerry OS onto the new platform and tap into the nostalgia of those who long ago left their BlackBerry for greying pastures.
On December 17th the device will be launched in New York City, Frankfurt, and Singapore. BerryFlow will be live at the New York event taking it in for our readers. Already, preorders in North America for the Classic device have sold out. Will be exciting to see how well the device does once it’s officially in the hands of end users. The device is not a powerhouse spec wise, but ultimately with the many improvements that come alongside the 10.3.1 launch software you can expect the device to perform without obstacle.