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8:15 am on Aug 8, 2012 |
RIM has recently released another device running BlackBerry OS 7.1 to hold us over until the launch of BlackBerry 10. That device is the BlackBerry Curve 9310, and it has just recently launched on the Boost Mobile network. The Curve 9310 is another solid device from Research in Motion. The software, OS 7.1, runs smoothly and efficiently. The hardware is superb, especially for a device that will run you less than $100. The 9310 has all the features you would expect from a BlackBerry; BBM, a solid QWERTY-keyboard, a vibrant screen, all packed into this little device. Follow me past the break for a closer look at the Curve 9310 and see why it’s one of the best BlackBerry devices available today.
2:42 pm on Jul 24, 2012 |
I just the all-new, BlackBerry Curve 9310 courtesy of Boost Mobile in the mail and, of course, the first thing I did was unbox it for TheBerryFix nation. In the video, we take a look at the packaging, accessories, and overall design of the new Curve 9310. The biggest new feature on the 9310 is the dedicated BBM key, just press the button and you’re brought right to BBM. My initial impressions of the device are good. It features the solid construction that BlackBerry users have come to know and it also features the QWERTY keyboard that made BlackBerry famous.
The Curve 9310 is a great device for both children and first-time smartphone owners. Boost Mobile offers the 9310 for just $99 and it works with a wide variety of their pre-paid BlackBerry and Data plans. We’ll have a full review of the Curve 9310 sometime in the next two weeks, so check back often.
As soon as the FedEx truck got to me and dropped of a new toy, I had to dive right in and film a little unboxing video. The BlackBerry Bold 9790 lies somewhere between the Bold 9780 and Bold 9900, but if a device can cause mayhem in Indonesia, it must be good enough to cross my desk. Check out the video above as I unbox the latest from BlackBerry, the new Bold 9790.
It’s been just over a year since RIM updated their Bold line up and most of the updates we’ve seen before the Bold 9900 have been incremental updates, nothing that has really made me say “wow.” The BlackBerry Bold 9900 is RIM’s latest addition to their Bold family brining along a few much wanted and needed updates. Follow me after the break to read my full in-depth review on a device that could help RIM through their technology transition to the QNX platform.
The BlackBerry PlayBook a Dual Core, QNX rocking, 7″ Tablet
We’ve all been waiting for this day since RIM announced the BlackBerry PlayBook at the Blackberry Developer conference and now you’ll all be able to BBM and email from your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. I was able to get a preview unit and have written what I feel to be the ULTIMATE BlackBerry PlayBook review, so read on after the break.
Okay so I’ll be the first one to say that I didn’t really like the style from the get-go, but in the way of a reviewer I wasn’t going to let that affect how I viewed the newest BlackBerry flip device we’ve come to know as the Style. Justin has already taken his view of the Style so I’m just going to touch on a few key features that I feel are worth mentioning. Hit up the break to see what I thought of the BlackBerry Style 9670.
The BlackBerry Bold series has been the flagship of the BlackBerry family for quite some time. From the Bold 9000 to the 9700, every BlackBerry in the Bold series has been top-notch. And the Bold 9780 is no exception. Out of the box, the 9780 looks nearly identical to the 9700. The only difference is the black bezel on the 9780 versus the chrome on the 9700. My full review of the Bold 9780 from T-Mobile is featured after the break.
So here we are almost exactly a year after the Bold 9700 launched on networks around the world and already we have the next device to the family. But after a year can much change? Is an upgrade really needed? Should I toss my money at this BlackBerry? These are all questions that I’m going to try an answer in my full BlackBerry Bold 9780 review. Hit up the break to read the full review.
With the release of the BlackBerry Style 9670 RIM made a statement that they want to take BlackBerry to places that it has not been before. The BlackBerry Style 9670 is many things that BlackBerry has never been before. A full-QWERTY keypad inside a clamshell style case. A screen nearly as big as a Torch, but in a form that, when closed, is smaller than a Curve. A dual-screen feature that allows you to view your incoming messages with the phone closed or open. RIM took a big risk with the Style 9670 and in my opinion, it was a well calculated risk that is going to pay dividends in the future of BlackBerry. My full review of the Style 9670 is featured after the break.
11:15 am on Nov 17, 2010 |
I had a nice surprise waiting on my doorstep this afternoon. Sprint sent over a new BlackBerry Style 9670 for me to review! Today i’m bring you the unboxing video of this beautiful new device, along with my initial impressions. Check out the video above and some of my first impressions of the Style 9670 after the break.
I got the Curve 3G in from Verizon last week and I have been playing with it quite a bit. My initial impression is that it is a solid device that runs very smoothly. The keyboard is great and the new rubber back feels great when using the device. Overall I am loving the Curve 3G. Now I know y’all are wanting more than that on this new CDMA Curve, so hit the break for the full review of the Curve 3G from Verizon.
11:57 am on Sep 16, 2010 |
I got up this morning and had a brand new Curve 3G from Verizon waiting for me on my doorstep. The team over at Verizon PR sent us a Curve 3G in time to unbox it and begin reviewing it for launch day. The Curve 3G goes on sale today from Verizon, check out that information here. The unboxing is featured here and i’ll be posting a full review sometime in the next few weeks.
So the day is finally here, after almost two years of hearing about rumors of a touch screen BlackBerry with a full QWERTY keyboard the day has finally come.
After last weeks announcement in New York the media has been on full speed to keep up on everything that has to do with the new BlackBerry Torch 9800. So far the views from the tech world are quite mixed but hopefully our full review will help you decide whether the 9800 is a BlackBerry for you. Check out the full review after the break.
The team over at Verizon public relations sent over a review unit of the BlackBerry Bold 9650 for us here at TheBerryFix.com to test out for a month and bring the results back to our readers. I featured the unboxing of the 9650 when I first received it nearly a month ago. Today I’m bringing a full review featuring all my experiences with this great BlackBerry on the Verizon Wireless network. The full review is featured after the break.
Look what made it’s way into our offices a few days earlier than expected! To start off the review of BlackBerrys new BlackBerry Torch 9800 I have put together the traditional unboxing video for the world to see. Oh and the device, its frikin awesome it truly has a solid build and its actually very snappy. Check out the video and stay tuned for our full on review of BlackBerry 6 and the Torch 9800.