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BlackBerry Classic rumors continue coming together ahead of its September launch as new photos depict familiar design compared to older generation BlackBerry phones.
BlackBerry's upcoming QWERTY-Keypad smartphone, the Classic, is once again making news much ahead of its international debut. In an interesting move, keyboard shortcuts are now coming back with the BlackBerry Classic, according to a report by PhoneArena.
Last week, it was reported that the BlackBerry Classic would come with a 13-megapixel back camera. Now, it is learnt that the company could re-introduce keyboard shortcuts with its forthcoming BlackBerry Classic.
The original BlackBerry handsets could use these shortcuts to tap or double tap on a single key for execution. However, the arrival of BlackBerry's 10 OS, these features were taken away. The new rumor states that users will be able to able to apply short cut to open an app or call a frequently dialled number.
At the same time, new images of the upcoming BlackBerry Classic have emerged online. Unfortunately, these images hardly reveal much else, other than the design.
Rumors in the recent past have shed light on the inside spec sheet of the purposed BlackBerry Classic. The BlackBerry Classic is said to replace the Q10 handset, which was launched back in 2013.
The upcoming handset featuring a physical keyboard would come with a 3.5-inch high quality display, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM and a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera.
Those specifications aren't confirmed but they've emerged over and over again, meaning the BlackBerry Classic could be launched sooner than expected.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!