Video Tour: BlackBerry 8520
Here is a quick take on RIM's latest 'Berry, the 8520 for T-Mobile. The call-out feature of this messaging phone is its optical trackpad for navigation. Its low price point doesn't hurt, either.
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Here is Phone Scoop's video tour of the BlackBerry 8520 smartphone for T-Mobile. This entry-level BlackBerry has a cool optical touch pad for on-screen navigation. You can watch the video here:
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