BlackBerry Pearl Gets a Big Brother: Curve
May 2, 2007, 11:12 PM by (staff)
RIM today announced their new flagship device for consumers: the BlackBerry Curve 8300. The Curve combines the camera and other consumer-friendly features of the Pearl with the full QWERTY keyboard and QVGA display of the more business-oriented 8800. The Curve - a GSM device - sports other upgrades, though, as the first BlackBerry with a 2 megapixel camera, the first to support stereo Bluetooth, the first with a 3.5mm jack for standard stereo headphones, and the first to support 4GB microSD memory cards. On the software side, it has a new music player, new "high-performance" web browser with RSS, and speaker-independent voice control. AT&T will offer the Curve later this quarter.
TCL Reveals the BlackBerry KEYone Smartphone
TCL today announced the KEYone, a BlackBerry smartphone that combines a large screen, full QWERTY keyboard, and hardened Android software in an aluminum body. TCL first teased the phone at CES last month, but has now shared all the KEYone's details.
Hands On with the BlackBerry KEYone
The BlackBerry KEYone is here, a big smartphone that includes a large display, physical keyboard, and BlackBerry's hardened version of Android. The phone is big and has middling specs, but are importantly, it pulls at the heartstrings of those raised on BlackBerry's old corporate mini-machines.
BlackBerry Motion Eschews the Keyboard, Packs Huge Battery
TCL today announced the BlackBerry Motion, a follow-up to the KEYone that drops the keyboard in favor of a larger touch screen. The Motion boasts a 5.5-inch full HD screen that's covered in a nano-diamond coating to prevent scratches.
T-Mobile Outs Windows 10 VR Phone From Alcatel
T-Mobile today listed the "Alcatel IDOL 4S with Windows 10 VR" on its web site. The unique version of the Idol 4S not only runs Windows 10, but sports many of the upgrades available in the related BlackBerry DTEK60, such as the high-end Snapdragon 820 processor, 21-megapixel camera, and USB Type-C connector, none of which are in the standard Idol 4S.
BlackBerry DTEK50 Is A Secured, Rebadged Alcatel Idol 4
BlackBerry today announced the DTEK50 smartphone, a slab-style handset that runs Android and features BlackBerry's signature communications and security software. BlackBerry says the DTEK50 features FIPS-2 hardware encryption, rapid security patching, secure boot process, and a hardened Android OS core.
will it have gps built in too.
Whats wrong with sprint?
And sprint does get some good exclusives the m610 and the upstage are both fairly innovative in their own respect.
This is one of the times that T- Mobile needs to be first with this
Even if the data plan is horribly expensive compared to T-Mo.
will this ever come to vzw?
Just the phone I have been waiting for...
Yay for this new BlackBerry....the perfect phone.