Today is full of announcements for us here at BlackBerry. I’m pleased to introduce you to one of the devices we plan to deliver in 2014, the new BlackBerry Classic smartphone (formerly BlackBerry Q20). It’s a device that will feel familiar to loyal BlackBerry customers around the world and is designed to deliver the full classic QWERTY experience.
Among the features I’m most excited for is the incorporation of the ‘Menu’, ‘Back’, ‘Send’ and ‘End’ Buttons and the Integrated Trackpad. We’ve embodied feedback from millions of passionate QWERTY customers around the world, in the decision to build and unveil BlackBerry Classic (Q20). These features are designed to enable the fast, efficient navigation and one-handed use that has endeared the brand to you, our customers.
Keep reading for a list of highlights below, but first…
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