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BlackBerry® Bold™ 9900 smartphone

Ultra-thin and totally powerful
Web surfers and lovers of all things technological: prepare to be amazed. The BlackBerry® BoldTM 9900 comes not only with the traditional keyboard and rounded design, but also a touchscreen that's a pleasure to use. It's based on the BlackBerry® 7 operating system, which means browsing is faster than ever.
This BlackBerry® is the perfect blend of elegance and power. A pure delight!

BlackBerry® Curve™ 8310 smartphone 

Got a lot on the go? BlackBerry Curve 8300 series smartphones keep you connected to the people and information that matter. Power up the BlackBerry Curve smartphone and empower your life.

BlackBerry® Curve™ 8320 smartphone

The BlackBerry Curve 8320 is an exciting device. We've seen a lot of "me too" devices that are copies of last year's successful model or are simply clones of the same phone offered on another carrier. But the Curve's UMA and T-Mobile's excellent Hotspot@Home service sets the 8320 apart from the 8300 and most other phones on the market. You get all the goodness of BlackBerry (email addicts, and QWERTY speed demons, we're talking to you) and unlimited domestic calls when on WiFi. Calls transition nearly transparently between GSM and UMA and you get to use your mobile number for the ultimate in convenience. That's an important new technology we hope to see more of in the coming years. 

BlackBerry® Curve™ 8330 smartphone

CDMA users who admired the BlackBerry Curve from a distance can now get their hands on this messaging smartphone sprinkled with a touch of multimedia. Despite the complicated backend server support for everything under the sun (Lotus Domino, MS Exchange, Novel GroupWise, etc.), the email is extremely easy to set up and use for a regular Joe. The web browser, though not top notch, gets the job done, especially if you turn on all the options for tables and etc. (but watch out for the Javascript option, it can bring the browser to its knees on some sites). We wish the Verizon Curve had V CAST support and the Sprint Curve had better Sprint TV software. But in the end, CrackBerry users who like to have a full QWERTY BlackBerry with GPS, EVDO, stereo Bluetooth and a decent camera will be just happy to live with the Curve 8330.

BlackBerry® Curve™ 8350i smartphone

customers looking for a full-featured smartphone with the carrier's famed Direct Connect push-to-talk capabilities will be well-served by the RIM BlackBerry Curve 8350i.

BlackBerry® Curve™ 8520 smartphone

With its blacked-out look and optical trackball / trackpad thingamabob (I'm sure RIM will coin a term for it like SureScroll or SureTrack or something like that), I personally think the Curve 8520 is HOT! But as stated above, when it comes to actual hardware specs, the 8520 is outclassed by its older brother the 8900.

BlackBerry® Curve™ 8530 smartphone

The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8530 for Virgin Mobile is similar to Sprint's version of the smartphone, offering a full QWERTY keyboard, a 2-megapixel camera, 3G support, and--of course--push e-mail. Its other features include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and access to the BlackBerry App World. 

BlackBerry® Curve™ 8900 smartphone

A sleek new twist on a classic style. You can keep your finger on the pulse of what’s important to you with the BlackBerry® Curve™ 8900 smartphone. The striking 480x360-pixel screen offers up crisp on-the-go video, images, text, maps and more. With a refined design, the BlackBerry Curve 8900 smartphone is an easy-to-use device that delivers expanded functionality and reliable results.

BlackBerry® Curve™ 8910 smartphone

The BlackBerry 8910 Curve is average in size and weight. It weighs 3.87 ounces. It sports Bluetooth, which allows you to use it with a Bluetooth hands-free kit.

BlackBerry® Curve™ 8980 smartphone

Despite the more recent releases of the Curve 8500 series and the Curve 3G, RIM has never really offered up a true successor to the venerable Curve 8900 -- a device some would argue remains the prettiest that Waterloo has ever manufactured.
Indeed, with the QVGA display and meager cam on the 3G, there's a pretty magnificent gap between it and the business-class Bold 9700 / 9780... so we're pretty excited to see a new model called the Curve 8980 get FCC approval. Oh, and what's more, the filing's now got access to a user's manual and external shots where you can definitely picture this as being a proper optical pad-equipped follow-on to the 8900 of old, complete with a 3.2 megapixel cam with flash and -- if we had to guess -- a high-res display adopted either from the 9780 or the 8900. No word on a release, but here's the kicker: as far as we can tell from the filing, it's EDGE-only just like the device it replaces, which is pretty inexcusable for a device that'd presumably be released in 2011. Add 3G, though, and they've got a desperately-needed new model to slot in underneath the Bold.

BlackBerry® Curve™ 9300 smartphone

the RIM BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300, which has support for T-Mobile's 3G network as well as GPS. It also offers a number of other improvements that we saw in the Curve 8530, like the 624MHz processor and 256MB internal memory. Admittedly, we're a tad disappointed that the rest of the handset is unchanged; the hardware is almost identical and the features remain largely the same. 

BlackBerry® Curve™ 9330 smartphone

The RIM BlackBerry Curve 3G 9330 comes with BlackBerry OS 5 but RIM and Verizon have promised that it will be upgradable to BlackBerry OS 6 . The new OS promises quite a number of improvements like a revamped home screen, universal search, easier access to messaging, a new Webkit browser, and more.
The Curve 3G 9330 has the usual phone features like voice dialing, conference calling, speed dialing, a speakerphone, vibrate mode, and of course text and multimedia messaging. Instant-messaging options include BlackBerry Messenger, AIM, ICQ, Yahoo, and Windows Live. Continuing the RIM legacy of strong e-mail features, the Curve 3G 9330 can sync with your company's BlackBerry Enterprise server in addition to other e-mail systems like Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Domino, and your own POP3 or IMAP accounts.

BlackBerry® Curve™ 9350 smartphone

A lot of what sets the Curve 9350 apart from its predecessors is BlackBerry 7 OS. The user interface hasn't changed much from BlackBerry 6 OS, with its directory-based home screens and collapsible notification trays. What has really improved are the graphics processor, a full Web browser with a just-in-time JavaScript compiler and full HTML 5 support, augmented-reality application support, and voice-activated universal search.

BlackBerry® Curve™ 9360 smartphone

The Curve 9360 might have a few foibles here and there, but on the whole it’s a top quality smartphone with sumptuous lines, a feather-light chassis and some future-proofing thanks to the inclusion of the beepy NFC technology. It lacks the power and prowess of its bigger brother, the Bold 9900 - but given that costs twice as much with roughly the same functionality, you can see why we really rate this budget blower.

BlackBerry® Curve™ 9370 smartphone

The BlackBerry Curve 9370 is an entry-level smartphone that's available from Verizon. It uses the traditional RIM design: a bar shape with a thumb-size keyboard fixed below a small display. Unlike many recent models from this company, the Curve 9370 does not have a touchscreen.

BlackBerry® Pearl™ 3G smartphone 

The mid-range BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9105 adopts many of the best bits of the high-end BlackBerrys, including BlackBerry OS version 5 and the staple optical trackpad. The design of the T9 keypad makes typing a breeze too, but it's no replacement for a full Qwerty keyboard if you're out to use this as an email device as much as a phone.

BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8100 smartphone

There's no doubt about it, the Pearl is a huge step forward for RIM. This smartphone offers features that many current and potential BlackBerry users have been wanting for years. But, for all its progress, I think this company still has a ways to go. Its implementation of some of the new multimedia features in the Pearl is a bit clumsy and are in real need of polish. And it still lacks features business users want, like better and easier access to Microsoft Office files. At the same time, the feature that was RIM's biggest advantage for many years--push email--is available now on many other devices.

BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8110 smartphone

The BlackBerry Pearl 8110 is a fashionable & colourful looking Smartphone complete with a QWERTY keyboard & high quality business focused features. This modern looking Smartphone supports a built in GPS function & wireless emails complete with attachments. The Pearl 8110 comes with 64 megabytes of flash memory & with an expandable memory card slot. The Smartphone works over a quad band GSM network & is a fashionable addition to the BlackBerry family. 

BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8120 smartphone

A nice update to the wildly popular Pearl that should extend the line's life another year. RIM fixed the niggles we had with the first version-- namely moving the microSD card slot out from under the battery, tweaking SureType prediction, enhancing the web browser and adding WiFi. We'd have loved a GPS inside but given the Pearl's very small size, there may well be a limit to how many features RIM can squeeze in. For those who aren't wed to full QWERTY keyboards and prefer a small, sexy device for serious messaging, the new Pearl is an excellent choice. It's fast, stable and easy to use. The multimedia features are growing up, and the once all-business BlackBerry can now ID songs, play XM Radio, act as in iPod stand-in and take quite good photos.

BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8130 smartphone

The RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8130 is noteworthy for more than just the fact that it's the first CDMA Pearl. It's also the first device from RIM to offer video-recording capabilities and the first Pearl to have built-in GPS, not to mention the EV-DO support and improved Web browser. But first things first: Let's discuss the phone capabilities.

BlackBerry® Pearl™ 9100 smartphone

The RIM BlackBerry Pearl 3G ships with BlackBerry OS 5, but it is upgradable to OS 6. BlackBerry OS 6 will bring a whole new interface to the Pearl, with a different home screen experience, a new WebKit browser, universal search, and more. As we've seen with the BlackBerry Style, the new OS works surprisingly well with the optical touch pad, and we felt like we didn't need a touch screen at all. Still, we look forward to testing out OS 6 on the Pearl to see if it works as well as we hope.

BlackBerry® Pearl™ 9105 smartphone

The mid-range BlackBerry Pearl 3G 9105 adopts many of the best bits of the high-end BlackBerrys, including BlackBerry OS version 5 and the staple optical trackpad. The design of the T9 keypad makes typing a breeze too, but it's no replacement for a full Qwerty keyboard if you're out to use this as an email device as much as a phone.

BlackBerry® Pearl™ Flip 8220 smartphone

The RIM BlackBerry Pearl Flip 8220 runs BlackBerry OS 4.6, providing new functionality and a fresh appearance to the device. On the surface level, the user interface features an updated look with flashier, modern icons. It may be superficial but it does a lot to add to the device. The Pearl Flip 8220 continues to offer the outstanding e-mail support that BlackBerry is known for in the smartphone world. It can sync with your company's BlackBerry Enterprise server, with support for Microsoft Exchange, IBM Lotus Domino, or Novell GroupWise, to deliver corporate e-mail in real time.

BlackBerry® Pearl™ Flip 8230 smartphone

While not the flashiest or the most feature-rich device, the RIM BlackBerry Pearl Flip for Verizon Wireless is a decent and affordable choice for first-time smartphone buyers.

BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet

The single most important feature of the PlayBook is its operating system. RIM has candidly declared that the PlayBook's OS is more than just a new tablet platform, but the future for BlackBerry devices in general. In building the software from the ground up, RIM's goal was to create an OS that is a powerful, professionally oriented alternative to Android and iOS. We think RIM nailed it.

BlackBerry® Storm™ 9500 smartphone

On paper the Storm is a classic BlackBerry. It puts in something new, the touchscreen, but takes something away: in this case that's Wi-Fi. When you consider that the Storm was developed in partnership with phone carriers Vodafone and Verizon in the US, it makes sense that the Storm wouldn't feature hardware capable of circumventing the carriers ability to make money off data services. Still, for consumers this is a bit of a blow.

BlackBerry® Storm™ 9530 smartphone

Designed to satisfy the needs of both consumers and business customers, the BlackBerry Storm smartphone offers a revolutionary touchscreen that dramatically enhances the touch interface and enables easy and precise typing. The world's first "clickable" touchscreen responds much like a physical keyboard and also supports single-touch, multi-touch and gestures for intuitive and efficient application navigation. Whether traveling to Europe or Asia, the Storm provides globetrotters the freedom of reliable global connectivity with Verizon Wireless's reliable, high-speed 3G CDMA network here in the United States and compatibility with GSM networks abroad.

BlackBerry® Storm2™ 9520 smartphone

BlackBerry Storm2 9520 is the second generation BlackBerry with a touch-sensitive screen.

BlackBerry® Storm2™ 9550 smartphone

The sequel to RIM's first-ever touch screen Blackberry Smartphone, the unlocked Storm2. Not only does it include the business/multimedia features that made the first version popular amongst executives and entrepreneurs'. RIM further enhances the Smartphone with increased memory, the latest SurePress technology, and Bluetooth technology. This is Smartphone will definitely make you shine amongst others at the next board meeting. From organizational tools to social networking applications, this phone does it all with style and simplicity. The next generation SurePress technology on the BlackBerry Storm2 Smartphone, combined with SureType technology, provides better typing accuracy and a more tactile feel. Type on a virtual, full QWERTY keyboard in portrait or landscape mode. Touch two areas of the screen at once to select multiple items. Link to wireless networks or hotspots with Wi-Fi connectivity. With a powerful battery and removable back plate for easy battery swapping, the BlackBerry Storm Smartphone helps you do what you love, longer. Built for speed and endurance, the BlackBerry Storm offers fast, reliable browsing and communication coverage. Snap pictures like a pro with the built-in 3.2 MP camera featuring auto-focus and auto-flash, or catch the sound and action, then share it with friends with the video camera function. 

BlackBerry® Style™ 9670 smartphone

The 4.6-ounce Style is a somewhat chubby flip phone at 3.8 by 2.4 by 0.7 inches (HWD), but give it a break—there's a full QWERTY keyboard in there. The all-plastic body is glossy in front and slightly textured in back giving the handset a classy look. The phone fits easily in one hand and feels extremely solid and well-built all around.

BlackBerry® Torch™ 9810 smartphone

Designed to give you choice, the new BlackBerry Torch(TM) 9810 smartphone lets you do it all. Improved browsing, 4G speeds, and powerful upgrades to the BlackBerry 7 OS give you the choice to do what you want, the way you want. Visit AT&T for holiday gift guides in wireless gifts such as BlackBerry cell phones and smart phones on the AT&T 4G network.

BlackBerry® Torch™ 9860 smartphone

Designed to give you choice, the new BlackBerry® Torch™ 9860 smartphone lets you do it all. The enhanced display, powered by Liquid Graphics™, gives you a smoother, more fluid touch experience. Improved browsing, high—speed, easy to navigate design, multitasking and powerful upgrades included in BlackBerry® 7 OS, give you the choice to do everything you want, the way you want.