Blackberry, the brand with unique and recognizable physical keyboard
Keyboard is the trademark of the Canadian company Blackberry. Caught up by the competition, the company launched itself into the full touch screen phone (DTEK60, DTEK50) without convincing its audience. By renewing its initial success, the brand has regained its colours, notably with its Blackberry Passport and its Blackberry Classic but still without Android. It's with the Blackberry Priv and its retractable keyboard that things really began to change. Android finally arrived; the brand has come seriously to compete with its opponents. Blackberry has teamed up with TLC to release its Blackberry KEYone (2017). It is a real success with its Snapdragon 625 processor, its 3 GB of RAM and its 32 GB of internal memory, it is a real high-end Smartphone. There are those who love and those who hate Blackberry and its personal and unique design. This back to basics with physical keyboard makes the Blackberry KEYone a unique model and apart from all its competitors, it will undoubtedly seduce the fans of the brand. Its aluminium envelope and harmonious lines only add to the beauty of its curves.
Noreve, the cover brand for Blackberry
The covers for Blackberry from the Noreve Saint-Tropez brand are tailor-made to fit perfectly every possible nook and cranny of the devices. If you do not want to disfigure your valuable mobile, it is important to protect it with a solid and effective cover. This is the winning bet of the Noreve company which, for many years, has adapted to the designs of the several models of the Canadian brand. Dressing up one’s Smartphone with a Noreve cover does not mean hiding it in a bad taste envelope or cover it with a simple piece of trendy plastic, no, it's dressing it up with a delicate and solid material that will only flatter your phone a little bit more. Do not hesitate to use the know-how of the brand because once the precious device is damaged, it is impossible to go back. A Noreve case does not remove the beauty of the device in any way. A back cover will cover its rear and angles, a flap cover will protect it fully and will unveil all its beauty once opened. If you are still hesitant, consider resale. Reselling a device without too many marks and scratches will be easier and manufacturers like Blackberry are moving so fast that the new model is probably already being prepared, you may be tempted!