This will cause the drawer to open enough that you can remove it.
Lay the nano-SIM into the drawer, with the gold-coloured contacts facing down, and the cut-off corner orientated correctly with the cut-off edge towards the edge of the handset.
Slide the drawer and card into place, leaving the drawer flush with the edge of the phone.
Looking that the edge of the phone, you will see the outline of two separate drawers, each of which has a pinhole in it, and the drawers are labelled SIM and SD respectively.
The drawer nearest the top of the handset is labelled SIM, and as you may expect this is where we will put your nano-SIM card.
If you look in the box you should find a SIM removal tool, which looks like a small metal ring with a pin sticking out of it.
Using this tool, insert the pin into the pinhole in the SIM drawer, and press against the spring pressure at the bottom.
Use the SIM tool in the pinhole to pop the drawer open, and remove it from the phone.
The micro SD card lays into the drawer, with the contacts side facing down and narrow end towards the middle of the phone.Slide the drawer back into the body of the phone until it too lies flush with the metal edge of the device.You will also need a nano-SIM card, either from your old phone or a new one given to you at point of sale, and if you wish to expand the storage capacity of your new Classic by adding a micro SD memory card, you'll need that to hand as well.The Black Berry Classic is a unibody design, which means that it is one unit and the back cover is not removable by the user.This also means that the battery is sealed within the handset.The only assembly required prior to use is installing the SIM and memory cards, which go into removable drawers located in the left-hand edge of the Black Berry Classic.