Top 10 evergreen BlackBerry phones

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BlackBerry Key 2

Released in 2018, the BlackBerry Key 2 is the closest thing to a modern flagship with the BlackBerry name. Granted, it’s pretty underpowered by today’s standards, but it’s still the best BlackBerry phone for most users.

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BlackBerry Key 2 LE

The BlackBerry Key 2 LE is a slightly cheaper variant of the Key 2. It cuts some corners in the specs department to drop the price by just a tad. Notably, the Key 2 LE is still easy enough to find in a brand-new state. It hasn’t received an update to Android 9 Pie, though, so there’s that.

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BlackBerry Evolve

The Evolve is unique among modern BlackBerry devices in that it skips the physical keyboard. Instead, it sports a more traditional smartphone design with a rear-mounted fingerprint reader and dual-camera setup.

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BlackBerry Pearl

The BlackBerry Pearl was the first BlackBerry to lose the track wheel for navigating around the display. Instead, it featured a mini trackball in the centre of its five-button wide keyboard and this was to revolutionise device navigation.

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BlackBerry Curve

The BlackBerry Curve first arrived in 2007 with the 8300 (pictured). There were a couple of variations, most of which had a 2-megapixel camera, the trackball interface found on the Pearl and a 320 x 240 resolution display.

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BlackBerry Pearl Flip

The BlackBerry 8220 Pearl Flip was announced in 2008 with a clamshell form factor. It had an internal display of 240 x 320 and an external display of 128 x 160 pixels.

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BlackBerry Bold

The BlackBerry Bold range first arrived in 2008 with the 9000 model (pictured). It had the wider format like the Curve, with the full QWERTY keyboard, as well as the trackball interface.

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BlackBerry Storm

The first BlackBerry Storm arrived at the end of 2008, featuring a clickable touchscreen but no physical QWERTY keyboard. This was the first time that BlackBerry had tried to move to full touch, with the iPhone starting to make waves. The Storm didn't go down a storm.

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BlackBerry Tour

The BlackBerry Tour arrived on the scene in July 2009. It offered a 480 x 360 pixel resolution display for a pixel density of 250ppi and came with a 3.2-megapixel camera and microSD expansion to 32GB.

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BlackBerry Torch

The first BlackBerry Torch launched in 2010 with the 9800 model (pictured). It featured a large touchscreen offering a 480 x 640 resolution for a pixel density of 250ppi, which could slide up to reveal a full Qwerty keyboard.

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