• The White BlackBerry Classic Shows It's Beautiful Self Off

    We all know by now that when BlackBerry makes a phone, it comes in many colors. The white BlackBerry Classic was always in the works, it was just a matter of time until it made it's appearance to the world. Mondo BlackBerry got their hands on some pictures of the white Classic model and oh my, does it look sweet!!

    I had a white BlackBerry Z10 and I really think I need a white BlackBerry Classic in my life. There is no known time table listed for the white version but it seems peculiar that the images come out with a close proximity to the release of the AT&T and Verizon editions looming launches.

    Mondo BlackBerry also came up with some interesting information on the white BlackBerry Classic:

    Questa variante non differisce per materiali usati rispetto alla tradizionale versione di colore nero: i dubbi, infatti, inizialmente erano orientati sulla scelta dei materiali usati nella cover posteriore che negli altri modelli BlackBerry 10 differiva per qualità ed ergonomia tra la versione nera e quella bianca. In questo BlackBerry Classic invece la plastica gommata risulta essere la stessa usata in quello nero fornendo così un adeguato grip come abbiamo visto nella nostra recensione.

    This variant does not differ for materials used than the traditional black version: the doubts, in fact, were initially focused on the choice of materials used in the back cover that in other BlackBerry 10 models differed in quality and ergonomics in the black version and the white one. This BlackBerry Classic instead rubberized plastic appears to be the same used in the black thus providing an adequate grip as we saw in our review.
    This isn't the only variant that is expected for the Classic, as we mentioned a blue and a bronze variant in our coverage at the launch event.

    What do you think? Will you get a white Classic? Will you wait for the blue and/or bronze models? or will you get all the color spectrum? let us know in the comments below.

    Source: Mondo BlackBerry
    Via: N4BB

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