Review: BlackBerry Curve
Though the Curve is aimed at the mass-market set, its business-class smartphone roots are all too clear. Its media apps are a definite improvement over the Pearl's, but don't match the levels set by the competition. On the flip side, the integration of the calling, contact, email and calendar apps will help even the busiest person stay organized and in touch with both their personal as well as professional lives...as long as you don't mind the bare bones look and feel. The Curve succeeds in adding a touch of personality to the smartphone, while retaining its core strengths in enhancing productivity.
Hands-on with the Sony Ericsson K850, Nokia 8600 and 6500 Slide, 6500 Classic, LG Muziq, and BlackBerry Curve.
A quick look at the Bold N1, an attempt to offer a flagship experience for just $250. Where else will you find a phone for that price with a true all-screen design, pop-up selfie camera, in-display fingerprint reader, and wireless charging?
May 9, 2018
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Dec 15, 2017
BlackBerry said this week that it will no longer provide monthly system and security updates to its BlackBerry Priv smartphone. The company originally committed to providing updates for a period of two years.
Jan 4, 2017
TCL, the parent corporation of Alcatel, unveiled its new handset strategy moving forward. The company will continue to build its Alcatel-branded smartphones that target the low/value end of the market.