Verizon Dazzles with the Razzle
Today Verizon Wireless introduced a new low-cost messaging device, the Razzle. The Razzle's stand-out feature is its swiveling keyboard area that lets users switch between a standard numeric keypad or a full QWERTY keyboard for messaging. Other features include a 1.3 megapixel camera, stereo Bluetooth and support for microSD cards. The Razzle will be available starting October 6 for $70 with a new agreement.
Review: Kyocera Verve for Sprint
Kyocera still knows how to make a basic smartphone with a physical QWERTY keyboard, as evidenced by the Verve. This low-cost handset handles calls and messaging - though not much else.
HP Debuts Windows 10-Based Elite x3
HP today announced the Elite x3, a Windows 10 Mobile handset that can take advantage of Continuum to stand in as a laptop or desktop computer. It is a ruggedized handset that meets mil-spec 810G for protection against abuse and IP67 for protection from water and dust.
Verizon to Sell BlackBerry Priv Starting Today
Verizon Wireless is now offering the BlackBerry Priv to customers. The device is available for purchase online beginning today, and will reach retail stores March 11.
BlackBerry Shows Off the Passport for Mobile Pros
BlackBerry today fully revealed the Passport, its first smartphone to debut since February. The Passport has a unique shape, providing a large, square screen with a full, physical QWERTY keyboard below.
Also, anyone else notice that a lot of the lower end phones lately seem to have a lot of the color green in the keyes and display?
reminds me of an ex gf