BlackBerry Curve 9300 to Support BlackBerry 6
The BlackBerry Curve 9300, which showed up for sale on Rogers' web site last week, was officially announced by Research In Motion today. As previously reported, it shares most features with the current 85xx series Curve devices. RIM today called the 9300 "BlackBerry 6 ready," which means the device can eventually be updated to RIM's recently announced new operating system. The device will also be available in two spectrum configurations, 800/850/1900/2100MHz (supports AT&T 3G) or 900/1700/2100MHz (supports T-Mobile 3G) HSDPA. It will be available via select carriers starting in August.
Review: BlackBerry Motion
The latest collaboration between BlackBerry Mobile and TCL is the Motion, a large slab that runs Android and boasts BlackBerry's powerful productivity tools. Mobile pros will be happy with features such as BlackBerry Hub and the Productivity Tab, while businesses that deploy the Motion will appreciate the DTEK security software.
Review: BlackBerry DTEK50
The DTEK50 runs BlackBerry's apps and services on Google's operating system and Alcatel's hardware. It's a curious collaboration of sorts that adds up to a better 'Berry.
BlackBerry Puts the Classic to Pasture
BlackBerry today said it will cease manufacturing the BlackBerry Classic handset. The Classic debuted in December 2014 and is one of the last devices from BlackBerry to run BlackBerry OS.
TCL Promises Two New QWERTY BlackBerries as Motion Hits U.S. Stores Jan. 12
TCL Communication today said it plans to introduce two new BlackBerry-branded handsets this year, both of which will feature physical QWERTY keyboards. They will serve as successors to last year's KEYone handset.