BlackBerry fans will be means to get their hands on a newly launched BlackBerry inclination – Passport and Classic – when it arrives during ATT on Feb 20.
BlackBerry Passport and BlackBerry Classic will be accessible to squeeze during ATT online and sell stores commencement Feb 20, a wireless association pronounced in a statement.
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The BlackBerry Passport, an ATT exclusive, will sell for $200 underneath a two-year agreement and with a agreement device will cost $650.
BlackBerry Classic will cost $50 with a two-year agreement or $420 but a contract.
Both of these inclination can also be bought underneath several ATT’s monthly remuneration plans.
“No doubt, a Passport takes some removing used to. Once we do, however, it’s indeed a surprisingly good handset — a best BlackBerry 10 smartphone so far. It’s well-built, comes with crafty engineering and program services, has good battery life and facilities a shade that’s easy to examination outdoors. But a one-handed knowledge is also impossibly awkward[..],” concludes Engadget in a examination of BlackBerry Passport.
BlackBerry Classic, however, did not conduct to stir everyone. The Verge rated it 5.0 out of 10 and resolved that a device has Mediocre Camera, delayed opening and muted ecosystem.