Blackberry is back in the Smartphone League
- Passport is exclusive to AT&T
- Classic to be sold across varied carriers
- BlackBerry’s 10 OS 10.3.1.
- The latest Blackberry phones will be available at AT&T starting February 20th
- The Passport will be priced at $200 under a two-year contract or $650 without a contract. The traditional Classic will be available at $50 for a two-year contract or $420 without a contract.
To cut it short
Blackberry fans are in high spirits. The mobile phone provider which had fallen from its roost atop the market in the past few years is battling competition with its latest invention. The newest offering of Blackberry’s suite promises its traditional security features and built-in encryption for messaging and email. While the Passport is designed with a 4.5-inch square display, distinctive physical keys and rounded edges, the Classic sports a familiar silhouette with BlackBerry’s latest operating system. With old-school players getting back into the game, the market promises heaps of new inventions coming up soon!