BlackBerry’s got a history of releasing white versions of its major smartphones, and that trend is continuing with the Classic.
BlackBerry has announced that it’s launching the white BlackBerry Classic this week, following its initial debut at MWC in February. The white Classic will first arrive at authorized retailers in Hong Kong and both ShopBlackBerry and Amazon in the U.K. Releases in Italy, Vietnam, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia will happen in the coming weeks.
The white BlackBerry Classic has the same feature set as the black version that launched last year. that means that it’s got a 3.5-inch 720x720 touchscreen, 8-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front cameras, 16GB of storage, a microSD card slot, 2GB of RAM, a 2515mAh battery, and BlackBerry OS 10.3. The white Classic is obviously going to be a bit flashier than the black one, though, so now you can get things done and turn some heads while you’re at it.
BlackBerry has said that it plans to sell the Classic in blue and bronze color options as well, but there’s no word yet on when those variants will be released.