“Awesome Phone and the Best of Both Worlds” Say Customer Reviews for Blackberry Classic
Carrier customers worldwide believe BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY)(TSE:BB)’s Classic smartphone is an awesome device that renders many of its rivals redundant. From AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T) to Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) in the U.S., customers appear to have much love for Classic. ‘
A new blog post from Blackberry highlights a variety of positive reviews appearing on various carrier’s web sites. At AT&T, the device currently has a 4.8 rating out of 5 in 26 reviews, while the device has a 4.6 rating in 46 reviews with 91 percent reccommending at Verizon.
Reasons Classic is favorite
The reasons customers have high regards for Classic are many, but they include features like keyboard, high-end specs and touch-screen experience. BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY)’s Classic phone is also loved for that fact that it offers longer battery life, maximizes productivity and runs smoothly.
Some users consider Classic to be great in helping with eliminating typos, especially when writing those e-mails to the boss. The device also comes with an amazing browser and fantastic keyboard. Another incredible feature is the phone’s Wi-Fi functionality.
White Classic smartphone
Classic is one of several new smartphones from BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) as the company tries to maintain its foothold in the highly competitive handsets market. Following the success of the black Classic version, BlackBerry is out to offer its customers a white Classic variant. Like the black version, white Classic will also feature a 3.5-inch display and QWERTY keyboard.
Available in select Asian markets
With Classic, BlackBerry is targeting business users who are also looking for some aspects of style in their devices. The white BlackBerry will first be available in a few markets in Asia, beginning with Indonesia, which is one of the markets where BlackBerry enjoys the strongest following.
Three other phones
Beyond the white Classic, BlackBerry Ltd (NASDAQ:BBRY) is rumored to be working on three new smartphones to extend its hardware campaign that also include names like Leap and Passport.
BlackBerry teamed up with Foxconn Technologies to handle its hardware operations, an arrangement that has allowed the company to avoid the impact of inventory failure.
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