BlackBerry Classic Flaunts Keyboard Shortcuts



 BlackBerry Classic Flaunts Keyboard

Blackberry’s ‘Q20’ basic QWERTY smartphone, which went up for pre-order recently and is about to launch on December 17, has made an appearance in a brand new video flaunting its keyboard shortcuts.

Particularly, the Canadian company has been teasing features of the blackberry classic qwerty smartphone in a series of YouTube movies and prior this week the company showed the handset’s traditional Navigation Keys.

The traditional sports blackberry’s traditional keyboard and the corporate in a brand new YouTube video has teased one of the crucial shortcuts on the QWERTY, also viewed in blackberry’s common bold 9900 handset. The company stresses that the bodily QWERTY keyboard is “indisputably designed to lift productiveness”.

A weblog put up accompanying the video says, “the great news for you is, in addition to the simple, acquainted navigation made conceivable with the aid of the traditional Navigation Keys, the QWERTY keyboard comes with time-saving default shortcuts. Profit from these, or customize them to suit your non-public desires. As you once might on your loved one blackberry bold, that you can make use of virtually every letter in the physical keyboard and provides it an action like velocity Dial for a contact, or use them to launch your most-used apps.”

BlackBerry Classic Flaunts Keyboard Shortcuts in New Video

For the usage of a keyboard shortcut, users will have to “cling a key to spark off an existing shortcut or assign a new shortcut.” for instance, lengthy urgent B will launch the browser; pressing C (within the blackberry Hub) will compose a message; U launches Calculator; N opens BBM; ok locks the blackberry classic, and Q to change notifications to silent, amongst others.

Blackberry previous this month began taking pre-order for traditional smartphone at $499 (roughly Rs. 30,800). The pre-order listing, while protecting the handset specs under quilt, delivered the smartphone will function its conventional keyboard and navigation keys, a touchscreen show, will run BB10.3.1 OS being able to install both Android and blackberry apps, and 4G LTE connectivity.

Probably the most rumoured specs of the blackberry basic smartphone embody a 3.forty six-inch show with a resolution of 720×720 pixels; a 1.5ghz twin-core Snapdragon S4 Plus CPU; 2GB of RAM; 16GB of in-built storage; expandable storage by way of microSD card (as much as 128GB); an 8-megapixel rear digicam; a 2-megapixel front-dealing with camera, and a 1515mah battery.