Touchscreen phones like the iPhone 4 and the Samsung Vibrant may be the top ticket item on the market at the moment, but for business productivity and multitasking, Blackberry has always been king. With this new addition to the line up, the Blackberry BOLD 9780 ensures that it is still top dog for professional users. It proves this with the ability to integrate up to 10 email accounts into one accessible place on the phone. Features like calendar and contacts are also optimized so that you're able to work as normal from anywhere.
Looking to upgrade your cell phone to a Blackberry? The BlackBerry Curve 8520 is a great way to join the Blackberry family. It has a really cool design, which borrows a lot of its features from the popular BlackBerry Curve 8900. The two phones share the same measurements - 4.3 inches tall by 2.3 inches wide by 0.5 inch thick but the BlackBerry Curve 8520 weighs a little less than BlackBerry Curve 8900 at 3.7 ounces. This phone is available in two colors – Frost and Black. The black model of this phone features a soft touch finish along the edges which prevent the phone from slipping in your hand.
Choosing the right mobile phone for is a difficult decision these days, but if your priority is a reliable phone that specialises in email the Blackberry Curve 8900 is exactly what you’ve been looking for. Packing a huge battery life of over two days with regular usage, this email friendly phone will never leave you high and dry like some if it’s earlier Blackberry counterparts or the iPhone 3GS.
If you’re looking for the best all round business smartphone than your search has ended here with the Blackberry Torch 9800. A superior business handset to the iPhone 4 because of the traditional Blackberry QWERTY keyboard and compatibility with Microsoft Exchange as well as the other enterprise email and messaging capabilities you would expect on a Blackberry.
When you want the best messaging experience and reliable e-mail delivery, Blackberry is always the first mobile phone maker to come to mind. The BlackBerry 8703e is a fantastic addition to the already burgeoning Blackberrry range of email friendly handsets. With the BlackBerry 8703e you’ll never miss another message, using the Blackberry push technology you’ll really receive those important emails in real-time, even your corporate e-mail.
Do you want your mobile phone to be much more than a device for making calls? The Blackberry Pearl 8120 is a compact smartphone that is full of productivity features and perfect for any mobile professional.
Who says you can’t mix business with pleasure? The Pink Blackberry Curve has arrived for all those professional ladies who like to keep organised and stylish. The Blackberry Curve 8330 is very capable with many multimedia options and advanced internet services.
The Blackberry Pearl is very stylish with a glossy black finish. The Pearl is named after the pearl-like trackball has been introduced to let you scroll horizontally introducing a whole new dimension to the Blackberry range. It is one of the smallest smartphones on the market and is not lacking in substance.
This Blackberry has the whole package. It boasts a QWERTY keypad, a camera, GPS, Wi-Fi and the old favourite 3G. Connectivity is the main appeal of this phone. It places e-mail, internet and instant messaging at your fingertips.
The first ever touch-screen Blackberry has arrived. The Blackberry storm is named for good reason because it’s certainly stirring things up. It has a unique touch-screen that is built to be the most responsive touch-screen on the market.
This latest BlackBerry might look a bit familiar. In fact it is very similar to the 8800. There are a couple of obvious differences- the Curve is smaller than the 8800, has smaller more separated keys and is silver rather than black. The Curve’s impressive keyboard is very easy to use and readable regardless of the keyboard backlight status or the light levels in the room.
The blackberry 8800 is the latest in the infamous blackberry line. The 8800 was met with a lot of loyal customer complaints due to the decision to remove the side scroll wheel for a "roller ball" type navigation. However, those die hard blackberry fans were simply afraid of the change an most agree, this is without a doubt the best blackberry yet!...