AT&T and Verizon to Carry Blackberry Q20 Classic

AT&T - United States

People especially BlackBerry fans were very excited ten days ago when BlackBerry announced Q20. The new BlackBerry Classic Q20 is released on AT&T and Verizon. The phone is received very well as the new orders sold out immediately. The new phone was talked about a lot on different platforms. Q20 was a perfect blend of past and future and people also saw it as a new way for the company to acquire its lost position in smart phone market. This is only possible if the company keeps making the products which attract maximum number of users. We don’t find smart phones with a physical keyboard these days. New BlackBerry Q20 classic also features a physical keyboard, a niche that BlackBerry used to fill well.

There is no doubt that people have shown great interest in the new Q20 Classic, as pre-orders have already sold out. This is something nobody was expecting but is surely great news for the company and its fans. The phone targets a higher market segment than the BlackBerry Passport. It looks like the Q20 Classic is doing much better than the Passport. The new Q20 features a square 720×720 3.5’’ screen, QWETRY keyboard, 1.5 GHz processor, 2GB Ram and 2515 mAh battery. The phone comes with BlackBerry OS 10 version 10.3.1, bringing a lot of new features and improving user experience of the system. The phone is slim just under 1 cm in thickness and looks good when you hold it in your hand.

Users are well aware of the diversity of the app markets offered to them by different other platforms.

There is no doubt that the app market offered by BlackBerry is very diverse and well-developed. The new BlackBerry Q20 Classic is no doubt the best smart phone for all the smart phone users. It is equipped with everything that any smartphone user expects in a smart phone.


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