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With the BlackBerry Key 3D keyboard with capacitive touchscreen , you can now get a BlackBerry keyboard without the need for, for instance, a physical keyboard, only to have to take it off when you dont want to write, and put it back on when you do. The BlackBerry Key 3D keyboard features the BlackBerry 10 operating system, and the 64GB version of this keyboard is available for $289.99. BlackBerry Classic ships with the BlackBerry Classic, which has no physical keyboard on the front of the device, and the BlackBerry Classic 4GB is available for $249.99, and comes with a whopping 4GB internal memory.
So yes, the release of BBOS 10 has been nothing short of a delightful surprise to Blackberry fans. It’s remarkable that a company whose greatest success was based on function decided to take the company in a new direction and evolve into a tablet first phone. While the initial launch of BlackBerry 10 was a disaster, the company’s reception when the software launched the first version of the BlackBerry Priv was phenomenal. A great-looking phone with an outstanding software experience is what the BlackBerry community has been desperately waiting for.
Speaking of tablet first phone, the BlackBerry Priv’s new approach to the software design — especially BlackBerry 10.3.3 which brought a new interface and improved keyboard functionality — was so well received that a lot of people were left waiting for BlackBerry to act on it. After all, it was a five-year-old phone. I don’t recall when I got my first BlackBerry, but it definitely wasn’t before BlackBerry 6. I do remember the death of the BlackBerry Pearl 2 and the even worse BlackBerry 7. I also remember they were two phones in a long line of failures that saw the once iconic BlackBerry phone brand dwindle before it ever hit a whole new decade. I also remember being excited for the Z10 and Z30, and here we are, and yet, none of them ever came. What a nice surprise, then, when BlackBerry 10.3.3 was released, bringing with it what were what turned out to be great features such as a redesigned app switcher, a more fluid setup process, a whole new keyboard experience, and much more. The release has also brought the much anticipated BlackBerry Passport.
Although some models, especially the original BlackBerry, have a slide-out keypad, do not use this one. The keypad itself is the body of the phone, so when you press down on the keypad, it will press down on the screen. The keypad is not an on/off switch for the screen; you need to depress the screen to see the keys.
None of these things are deal breakers. I don’t recommend anyone give up their BlackBerry just yet, because it still works for some people. Just make sure you do some research before getting rid of your BlackBerry (2020), as everyone has a different story to tell. A 5G phone will start to become a permanent need around here, especially when the next iPhone comes out. Im just waiting for it. Theres no question that TCLs KEY2 will be a great device but Id still hold out for a company with enough credibility and resources.
RIM wasnt the only one to get a makeover, however, says Robin Hurd. The story of BlackBerrys renaissance – he calls it – is a similar one to that of Samsung, with the second iteration of its Galaxy series, 2007s S3 (Samsung Galaxy S III). The S4 (2004) was the first device with a good touchscreen keyboard. Samsung sold 20 million of them in 2011, compared to the 2.5 million iPhones sold that year, says Hurd. Its clear, says Hurd, that they [BB10] are different and they are still different, they dont seem to be going to that mainstream level as the iPhone and Android have been able to do, but they are eating up a niche. Its a matter of when and not if. Once they get their market share, you will be able to buy phones that are half good at doing everything, he says. Thats the future.