Verizon Announces the BlackBerry Curve 8530
Today Verizon Wireless announced that it will begin selling the BlackBerry Curve 8530, a CDMA variant of the 8520 that is for sale from T-Mobile. The 8530 has has 3G, GPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 2.1. It will support microSD cards up to 32GB, has a 3.5mm headset jack, 2 megapixel camera with video capture and an optical mouse for navigation. It will be available starting November 20 for $99 after rebate with new agreement.
BlackBerry Priv Runs Android, Costs $699, Ships November 6
BlackBerry today made the Priv, its first Android smartphone, available for preorder. The device is a vertical slider that includes a touchscreen and a physical QWERTY keyboard.
HTC Reveals the One A9s, Which Will Be Sold In US
HTC today announced the One A9s, a less-expensive follow up to last year's A9. The A9s is a mid-range device that makes use of HTC's signature metal chassis design, but it dumbs down the specs a bit.
BlackBerry KEYone Goes On Sale Today for $549
TCL today announced that the BlackBerry KEYone, a smartphone it developed with BlackBerry Mobile, is now available for purchase online. The handset includes a 4.5-inch touch display, full QWERTY keyboard, Snapdragon 625 processor, 12-megpixel camera, LTE, and Android 7.1 Nougat with BlackBerry Hub and BlackBerry Messenger.
Walmart Selling ZTE Lever LTE Phablet for Straight Talk
Walmart recently added the ZTE Lever LTE to its lineup of handsets for Straight Talk Wireless. The Lever LTE is a phablet boasting a 6-inch 720p display protected by Gorilla Glass.
Your Late... again
It's funny, for being the largest US company you are a year behind T-mo on the Android, you still sell the old blackberries and have made no move on the windows mobile front at all.
Come on "Big Red" try to keep up here! It's almost 2010!
Which touch screen Blackberry does anyone else have?
You need to check your facts because Verizon has phones out with Windows Mobile 6.1 and 6.5. The new Blackberry Storm 2 ...
You have slightly better than average coverage, but your phones are old-school and all kind of look the same.
It's funny, for being the largest US company you are a year behind T-mo on the Android, you stil