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My contract is up in September 2015. I want to know if Telus will have the BlackBerry Classic?
Hi-VanlsleGuy50: If like you said your contract, will expire on Sep-2015: You'll have plenty time to make a good research and Upgrade to "BlackBerry Classic" also change plan if you aren't satisfy, with the airtime-data & other features included on it.
Regarding if Telus-will have the "BlackBerry Classic" on Sale or 2yrs contract,.it hasn't posted any info on the Web yet. But for sure, would be available on its Network. A search about the issue, displays this "BlackBerry Classic" Launch event Set for Dec-17-2014 (Contact Telus-before or after that date)
It'll happen simultaneously in NYC-Frankfurt & Singapore. Pre-orders price will be $499 USD ($499 CAD) on the (Shop Blackberry-website) Click this link for more info: http://store.shopblackberry.com/store/bbrryus/en_CA/pd/productID.310234500 ..Any comment posted it. Bye <v9
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The future is unknown?
I'd just like to point out that the Classic has the exact same specs Q10. The only difference is the legacy buttons.
If your contract expires next year, you may want to hold off and see what Blackberry has in store for next year (or buy a cheap unlocked Q10 :P)
Actually there's quite a difference with the Classic and Q10....
- pictures I've seen show the Classic is taller with the "NavBelt" around the waist.
- Screen resolution is higher with the Classic
- 3.1 vs 3.5 inch screen.... the classic is BIGGER
- Comes with Blackberry 10.3.1
- Quad-core vs Dual-core Q10
Physical differences aside, the only internal difference is the processor.
The screen is indeed larger, but has the exact same resolution as the Q10 (720x720), so images are likely appear less share on the Classic as the pixel density is lower.
Classic Specs -
Q10 Specs -
It's too bad that they didn't go for a significant boost in specs, similar to the Passport. I would have seriously considered purchasing one.