The BlackBerry Classic is something of a throwback. In an age of on-screen keyboards, the manufacturer went back to its roots of physical buttons. The phone also includes a touchscreen and can support microSD cards up to 128 GB.
- Great build
- Strong keyboard
- Focus on productivity
- Bad app ecosystem
- Cramped square screen
- Slow, awkward UI
Quick TakeThe Classic sees BlackBerry reaffirming what it does best: building phones made to keep you productive and working on the go. But while it’s a well-made device, it’s ultimately a niche product crippled by BlackBerry 10’s continued shortcomings.
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