Review: BlackBerry 9670 Style
Phone Scoop takes an in-depth look at RIM's latest BlackBerry for Sprint. The 9670 Style sports a clamshell design yet still offers a full QWERTY keyboard.
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RIM's latest BlackBerry is a bit of a departure for the smartphone company. The Style is RIM's first flip phone with a full QWERTY keyboard and BlackBerry 6 on board. Those seeking a compact smartphone that offers all the power of larger models in a decidedly teensier package could do worse than look at the BlackBerry Style.
Video Tour: BlackBerry 9670 Style
Sprint's latest BlackBerry is the Style 9670. This well-made smartphone offers BlackBerry 6, a full QWERTY keyboard and a compact clamshell form factor.
Review: BlackBerry KEYone
The KEYone is made by TCL and it runs Google's Android operating system, but this phone clearly has the heart and soul of a BlackBerry beating within. BlackBerry and TCL designed the KEYone together to ensure it offers the best from BlackBerry, TCL, and Google.
Review: BlackBerry KEY2
The BlackBerry KEY2 takes the basic design of last year's phone and makes improvements all around. The phone has a decent-sized screen, physical QWERTY keyboard, and metal chassis.
TCL Reveals the BlackBerry KEYone Smartphone
Feb 25, 2017
TCL today announced the KEYone, a BlackBerry smartphone that combines a large screen, full QWERTY keyboard, and hardened Android software in an aluminum body. TCL first teased the phone at CES last month, but has now shared all the KEYone's details.
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.
I read an article that stated the trackpad allows these same gestures (slightly modified) by using the "alt" key with them. I believe it said something like if you hold the "alt" key and swipe up on the trackpad, it will zoom in. Can you confirm?