1:01 pm on Mar 22, 2012 |
This is definitely some interesting news coming out of Canadian carrier, TELUS. Their internal inventory systems are showing the BlackBerry Torch 9860 and Curve 9380 going to end-of-life status by the end of April. The Torch 9860 is set for April 15th and the Curve 9380 is set for April 30th. Now, what exactly does this mean for these two devices? It most likely means that Telus won’t be ordering any more of these devices, so when they sell out, they’re gone for good. If you are looking to grab either of these BlackBerrys on Telus, get down there before the EOL date to make sure you can get one.
Source : CrackBerry
11:16 am on Feb 29, 2012 |
What have we here? It’s the BlackBerry Curve 9320 in its very first unofficial photo shoot. This is a device that is set for emerging markets like India and will be one of the first BlackBerry devices to feature the dedicated BBM Button, which can be seen on the left side of the device in the photo above. These photos match up nicely with the leaked slides we saw earlier featuring the Curve 9320. This device should be launching around April or May and should retail for about $245. Hit the break for another photo of the Curve 9320 and one more look at the spec sheet for this device.
Source : BGR.in
3:29 pm on Feb 25, 2012 |
Rogers is offering a new version of the BlackBerry Curve 9630 to its customers. This new version comes in an exclusive Red color and is available now directly from Rogers. The Curve 9630 is available right now from Rogers for just $0.01 with a new three-year contract. This price applies to all three color choices: Red, Black, or White. So, if you’re looking to grab a new Curve 9630 and you’re a Rogers customer, this is a deal you don’t want to pass up. Hit the link below to pick up a Red 9630 for yourself or a friend.
Source : CrackBerry
8:05 pm on Feb 8, 2012 |
RIM has put out a release announcing that the BlackBerry Bold 9790 and Curve 9380 are both launching soon in the Caribbean. The BlackBerry Bold 9790 is the little brother of the Bold 9900, it features a 1GHz processor, 2.45″ capacitive touchscreen, and a 5 MP camera. The Bold 9790 is perfect for those that prefer a smaller and more compact device but don’t want to compromise on speed and performance.
The BlackBerry Curve 9380 is RIM’s first Curve offering to feature a full-touchscreen. The 9380 features XX GHz processor with a dedicated GPU, a 3.2′ touch display with 480 x 360 resolution, and the same 5 MP camera sensor found on all the latest BlackBerry devices. Both of these devices are slated to launch in early March on various carriers across the Caribbean. You can hit the break to read the full Press Release from RIM.
10:42 am on Feb 6, 2012 |
If you thought that the last BlackBerry 7 device train had come and gone then think again. CrackBerry.com has dug up some interesting information essentially confirming two new BlackBerry Curve devices. There isn’t much information regarding what the devices will feature like what speed the CPU will run at, or if they’ll be touch based devices. But this is a step.
We’re hoping that RIM makes a statement regarding these two phones in the next few days while the BlackBerry Devcon is under way in Amsterdam. Keep it locked to TheBerryFix.com as this, and more stories emerge.
Source : CrackBerry
4:21 pm on Feb 1, 2012 |
RIM has let us know that BlackBerry OS 7.0 and 7.1 devices are now officially certified for use by both the US and Canadian Governments. BlackBerry 7 has received FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard) 140-2 Certification from the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). This top-level certification is required for secure communications by both the US and Canadian Governments and their agencies. This is more good news for RIM, as the security certifications for their BlackBerry 7 and QNX devices begin to pile up.
9:22 am on Feb 1, 2012 |
Just last week the BlackBerry world was shaken up by the announcement that Jim and Mike, RIMs Co-CEOs, would be stepping down from the world they created. But today we’ve got another little shake-up happening.
CrackBerry.com was able to get images of what appears to be one of the two BlackBerry 10 devices to launch this year. There isn’t too much known about this guy, other than it will run a 1.5 GHz Dual Core CPU, which is similar to the new PlayBook that should be launching this year, as well. We also know that the device will pack LTE in addition to HSPA+ for those not yet setup with the new, blazing-fast connection. So what do you think? Good, bad, or amazing!?! Let us know in the comments below.
Source : CrackBerry.com
12:50 pm on Jan 26, 2012 |
The last bit of information that we get from the plethora of leaked slides this morning is about the BlackBerry “Knight.” This device is the Porsche Design BlackBerry P’9531 and it looks to be nearly identical to the P’9981 that has already launched around the world. The P’9531 looks to be a North American version for the exclusive Porsche Design line and we could see it launching on any of the North American networks between March and May this year. Hit the break for some more details on the P’9531.
Source : BGR
12:41 pm on Jan 26, 2012 |
We’ve been detailing all the information from the leaked batch of RIM slides device by device, but in this post we’re going to take a look at the big picture for RIM in 2012. What you see above is the device launch roadmap for RIM in 2012. Yes, I know the dates on the slides say 2013, but that’s because RIM likes to use fiscal quarters, which are a year ahead. Let’s take a look at what’s to come this year from RIM.
First, we’ll discuss what’s probably the most important thing on the slide. There’s a box in the top right corner of the slide that says “Device” and has the words “Next Gen OS” above it. Can you guess what that is? It’s the forst BlackBerry 10 device! The roadmap has it releasing in October or November, something that the rumor mill has been confirming for a while now. The next big device to look at is the BlackBerry PlayBook 3G+. This is a fully refreshed PlayBook with HSPA+ connectivity. This device is currently slated to launch between March and May of this year. Head past the break for more information on decoding the BlackBerry 2012 roadmap.
Source : BGR
12:18 pm on Jan 26, 2012 |
What’s this we have here? Leaked specifications on the upcoming BlackBerry Curve 9220? The Curve 9220 is another device coming to the Curve lineup from RIM. This device will accompany the Curve 9320 to the hands of BlackBerry customers in emerging markets. The specs aren’t too shabby for a Curve, featuring a 2.44″ display, 512 MB of RAM, and WiFi b/g/n, the curve looks to be a great device for first-time BlackBerry owners. We haven’t confirmed if the new BBM key will be features on this device, but it’s a possibility. Look for the 9220 to launch sometime in March, April, or May of this year.
Source : BGR
12:11 pm on Jan 26, 2012 |
Another of the leaked slides from today shows off RIM’s White series of BlackBerry devices. It lists the current family of the Torch 9810, Bold 9900, and Curve 9360, alongside the upcoming additions to the family, the Bold 9790 and Curve 9380. The white option is a highly desired option that not only RIM is embracing, but many other manufacturers are, as well. If you’re a fan of White devices and you want a Bold 9790 or Curve 9380, then you may want to hold off till Q2 to get your hands on one.
Source : BGR
11:58 am on Jan 26, 2012 |
This is something new for RIM. It seems that the upcoming BlackBerry Curve 9320 will feature a dedicated BBM key to get you straight to your favorite BlackBerry chatting app. In addition to the new BBM key, the Curve 9320 will feature HSPDA connectivity, 512 MB of RAM, and a 2.44″ display. We can expect to see the 9320 hit store shelves around May or June of this year. You can check out the full spec sheet on the BlackBerry Curve 9320 after the break.
Source : BGR
5:43 pm on Jan 20, 2012 |
We had suspected that the Porsche Design BlackBerry P’9981 would hit the US sometime in January or February, and with this latest find, that’s shaping up to be true. The FCC has gotten ahold of the new Porsche Design BlackBerry and given it the full FCC certification treatment. There’s not much to see in this filing besides the pretty shot above of the internals; however, if you’re interested in all the technical information, you can hit the link below to check out the full FCC filing on the P’9981.
Source : Engadget
12:55 pm on Jan 19, 2012 |
During CES 2012 we let everyone know that Verizon had announced the Curve 9370 to their BlackBerry line up, and with an announcement comes a launch. Verizon has officially made the BlackBerry Curve 9370 available for order in corporate stores and almost anywhere a Blackberry is Sold. The new device will run you about $99.99 on a two-year voice and data plan. If you’re looking at picking up this bad boy, grab the link below and it’ll take you where you need to be.
1:58 pm on Jan 9, 2012 |
If you’ve yet to pick up a new BlackBerry 7 device because…well what ever the reason is there shouldn’t be one now as Verizon has officially launched the BlackBerry Curve 9370, giving you yet another option. The Curve features a slim and slick design with a 800 mhz processor, Camera/w Flash and a full qwerty keyboard, something BlackBerry users have come to cherish. If you’re looking to get the full details just hit up the break to read all about it.
LAS VEGAS and BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Jan. 9, 2012
LAS VEGAS and BASKING RIDGE, N.J., Jan. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – From the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Verizon Wireless today announced the new BlackBerry® Curve™ 9370 smartphone will be available in Verizon Wireless Communications Stores and online at www.verizonwireless.com on Jan. 19.
The slim and stylish BlackBerry Curve 9370 delivers the ultimate mobile communications and social experiences with a highly refined and integrated suite of phone, email, messaging and social apps to keep users connected and productive throughout the day. It is ergonomically designed with a comfortable and iconic keyboard for fast, accurate typing and an optical trackpad for easy, one-handed navigation.