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New BlackBerry phones hitting AT&T, Sprint and Verizon on August

Research in Motion’s new BlackBerry Bold and Torch smartphones will be officially released by AT&T and Sprint on Aug. 21 and by Verizon on Aug. 25.

AT&T will carry the BlackBerry Torch 9810, which runs on AT&T’s current 4G (HSPA+) network and features a slide-out keyboard and a 3.2-inch touch screen.
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BlackBerry Sedona for Verizon has been spotted

The forthcoming Blackberry Curve series phone, the Sedona has been spotted for Verizon with a light-up trackpad. The new shots confirm that this is the CDMA variation of the next-gen Curve, which is also be accompanied by a GSM version dubbed Apollo on launch. The shots included below show the device running Blackberry’s next phone OS 6.1, which reportedly still needs to be debugged before an expected May launch at Blackberry World.
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RIM confirms working on dual-core BlackBerry phones

Although RIM didn’t show off any new mobile phones at CES this year, co-CEO Mike Lazaridis has confirmed that there will be a future crop of dual-core superphones under the BlackBerry name.
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New Blackberry Torch is available at Orange

Blackberry a leading mobile phone manufacturer has added another amazing handset in its mobile phone series. you will find this handset in all online portal that offer many mobile phone deals for this handset.
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Sprint announces Blackberry Curve 3G 9330 smart phone

Sprint has formally announced it will release the Blackberry Curve 3G 9330 smartphone coming September 26th.

The smartphone will run Blackberry OS 5 to begin with, but should be upgradable to 6 sometime in 2011. It offers 3G functionality, a 2 Megapixel camera, QWERTY keyboard, 512Mb of onboard memory with an included 2GB microSD card. Basically the same specs as the other Curve 3G’s we’ve seen.

Retail should be $49.99 with a 2 year contract after mail in rebate.


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The Style 9670, Blackberry’s new clamshell phone, demo videos leaked online

The Blackberry Style 9670 is already a movie star, staring in a series of leaked YouTube commercials demonstrating RIM’s new Clamshell style smart phone.

There’s not a lot of information available for the Blackberry Style, it seems to be running RIM’sb; new Blackberry OS 6. There’s no launch date, no technical specs, rumor is it’ll be available on Verizon and Sprint by the end of the year, but that seems to just be rumor.

What do we know? It’s a clamshell Blackberry that looks better than the flip, but still looks like it could use some designer polish. It will be interesting to see what technical specs the phone comes with and if it breaks out of the underpowered molds most of the current phones seem to be coming out of.

You can view the video below for a basic overview of the external display of the phone, or click on the links below for the actual videos


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Official Launch Announcement Of Blackberry Curve 9300 By T-mobile

Mobile phone carrier T-Mobile, USA announced the launch of the new Smartphone Blackberry Curve 9300.

The mobile is likely to reach the T-mobile stores by September 8. The company confirmed the launch date and the price details on its Facebook home page. The mobile phone carrier announced on its Facebook homepage that the Blackberry Curve3G will hit the T-mobile stores on September 8 at an affordable price of $79.99.3G and things have never looked this good.

The 3G version of the Blackberry Curve 9300 will be available at $79.99 with a two-year contract with T-mobile, U.S.A.  With the affordable price offered, company is likely to attract a lot of customers. The mobile will be a treat to all the Blackberry fans that have been waiting for the phone to hit the market.

The mobile comes with the old OS 5.0 which might be upgraded to 0.6 in the next few months. Besides this it provides support for 3G connectivity. The features offered are a interesting mix and will have something for everyone, they include Blackberry keyboard with torch sensitive optical  trackpad for navigation, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth  2.1 ,  2.4 inch QVGA with a resolution of 320 x 240, 2 MP camera, GPS, 624MHz processor, 256MB internal memory, microSD card slot and 3.5mm headphone.

The list of features does not end here the handset provides great messaging capabilities, steadfast e-mail and long battery life.  It provides 4.5hours of talktime and 19days of standby time on GSM. The handsets boasts that will be the first to supports 3G on GSM-based networks.

The phone goes a step further by offering offers improved social networking, better alerts, less menus, and an enhanced finger-friendly touch user interface.

The Blackberry Curve 3G will be available in two exciting colors i.e. purple and grey.

It surely is great news for all the Blackberry fans. Now they can enjoy all the great features of the new Blackberry curve 9300 at such an affordable price.


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New Blackberry Torch 9800

Whatever smartphones available in the market, BlackBerry always catches customers’ attention first so that they can not move their eyes to any other devices. It seems like the Blackberry Torch 9800 is on demand, which is yet to arrive later this year.

Even though, the long awaited BlackBerry 6 operating system (OS) has been announced by Research In Motion (RIM), that is running on the new Torch 9800 phone, BlackBerry fans are over excited to test the OS on the new device from RIM.

Running on its own OS BalckBerry 6, the Torch 9800 provides both the touchscreen and keyboard the best, browses the web much faster, featuring a bigger and content-friendly screen, offers the enterprise class security and device control and a more user-friendly experience.

If we analyze some features of the new BlackBerry Torch vs iPhones and Droid X, the Torch looks slightly bigger and heavier than the Bold 9700, but a little thicker and wider than the iPhone. Its screen size comparatively is small at 3.2 inches than the iPhone, Droid X. In case of its resolution, the Torch 9800 is also lower about 360×480 with 188 pixels per inch as compared to the iPhone with 326 ppi or the Droid X at 480 by 854 pixels.

Also, its processor is running at 624MHz is slower than the 1GHz processors of other phones. Even its battery life is comparatively lower, which offers 5.5 hours of talk time on GSM and 5.8 hours on UMTS vs 7 hours for the iPhone on 3G and 8 hours for the Droid X.

Despite all above disadvantages of the Torch 9800, it boasts of having dramatically improved web browser known as a webkit browser. The browser includes tabs for easy and quick access of internet, features book marks, add the site to your home screen, and share it via e-mail, text, Facebook, Twitter and more. The Social Feeds application brings together BlackBerry Messenger, Facebook, Twitter, AIM, Google Talk, MySpace, Windows Live Messenger and Yahoo Messenger. It has also an RSS feed within the app.

Besides, the device includes a 5 mp camera including a flash, autofocus, image stabilization and geotagging. The Torch also provides different scene modes like sports, portraits, etc with a finger swipe that lets you zoom in and out. It also comes with apps like BlackBerry podcasts, and it supports all of the mobile device management features supported by BES, BES Express, and BlackBerry Protect.

Finally, shortcomings never matter to BlackBerry fans and they always hold their breath to have latest BlackBerryexperiences and love all the devices from RIM.


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‘Blackpad’ BlackBerry Tablet, iPad Challenger, Coming In November

Research In Motion Ltd., maker of the BlackBerry smartphone, plans to introduce a tablet computer in November to compete with Apple Inc.’s iPad, according to two people familiar with the company’s plans.

The device will have roughly the same dimensions as the iPad, which has a 9.7-inch diagonal screen, said the two people who wouldn’t be identified because the plans haven’t been made public. The device will include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless technology that will allow people to connect to the Internet through their BlackBerry smartphones, the two people said.

RIM is racing to come out with a product to rival the iPad in the fast-growing market for devices that bridge the gap between smartphones and notebook computers. Apple, based in Cupertino, California, last month said it sold 3 million iPad tablet computers in 80 days after they debuted in the U.S.

“They can’t wait for a second generation of devices from Apple or they’ll fall too far behind,” said Ashok Kumar, an analyst with Rodman & Renshaw Inc. in New York.

RIM rose $1.83, or 3.3 percent, to $57.53 at 4 p.m. New York time in Nasdaq Stock Market trading, reversing an earlier decline of as much as 2.5 percent. The stock has dropped 15 percent this year, as Apple has climbed 22 percent.

Marisa Conway, a spokeswoman for RIM, declined to comment, citing company policy not to comment on rumor or speculation.

Blackpad Pricing

RIM plans to call the tablet Blackpad, according to one of the people familiar with the company’s plans. RIM, based in Waterloo, Ontario, acquired the Internet rights to this month, according to the Whois database of domain names.

Pricing for the device will be in line with the iPad, which starts at $499, the person said. RIM is focused on reaping additional profits from the tablet effort, rather than competing on price to sell a large number of devices, the person said.

RIM is stepping up its competition with Apple on multiple fronts. The company is hosting an event in New York Aug. 3 at which it will debut its BlackBerry 9800 slider phone, according to one person familiar with its plans. The device will feature a full touchscreen like Apple’s iPhone and a slideout Qwerty keyboard to allow for easy e-mail typing, the person said.

RIM plans to use the phone to regain the market share it has lost recently to its U.S. rival. RIM’s share of the smartphone market fell to 19.4 percent of global shipments in the first quarter from 20.9 percent a year earlier, according to researcher IDC, based in Framingham, Massachusetts. Apple claimed 16.1 percent of the smartphone market, up from 10.9 percent a year earlier.

Uphill Battle?

In the tablet market, RIM will have to demonstrate how its device can stand out against products including the iPad, which has attracted buyers because of its integration with Apple’s iTunes service and many software applications, or apps. More than 225,000 apps are available for Apple devices, the company said in June. RIM said in April it had more than 6,000 apps.

“With the success of the iPad, RIM faces an uphill battle,” said William Power, an analyst at Robert W. Baird & Co., who has a “neutral” rating on the stock. “RIM really has yet to demonstrate that it can roll out touchscreen technology to match the leaders in the space, most noticeably Apple.”

RIM’s tablet will capitalize on the BlackBerry’s e-mail capabilities and the phone’s popularity with corporate users, one person said. The tablet will be closely integrated with the smartphone’s e-mail system and will have similar security for messaging, the person said.

Cameras for Video

Wi-Fi would allow the device to connect to the Internet anywhere the wireless technology is available, including a home, office or coffee shop. When not near such Wi-Fi “hotspots,” people could connect wirelessly to their mobile phone with Bluetooth and then to the Internet. The device will not be able to connect directly to the cellular network the way some iPads can, the two people said.

The RIM tablet will also have front- and back-facing cameras for videoconferencing, Rodman & Renshaw’s Kumar said, citing sources at suppliers in Asia.

“I don’t think it’s a zero-sum game,” he said, saying that innovation by Apple, RIM and other competitors will increase the size of the tablet market.

Hewlett-Packard Co., which bought smartphone maker Palm Inc. this month, said it plans to produce a tablet device that runs on Microsoft Corp.’s Windows operating system. Korea’s LG Electronics Inc. said this month it plans to introduce a tablet computer in the fourth quarter that runs on Google Inc.’s Android software. Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer said yesterday the software company plans to increase its focus on tablets.


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RIM’s Slider 9800 Blackberry to Debut Next Week

Research in Motion Ltd. (RIM) on Wednesday said they will probably show off their latest Blackberry phone, known as the Slider 9800, which is set to compete against Apple’s iPhone 4 and the Android smartphone.

RIM, based in Waterloo, Ontario, sent out press invites for next Tuesday in New York City but does not specifically detail the unveiling of the new phone and its Blackberry 6 operating system. The Wall Street Journal reported that people familiar with the event say that it will be to unveil the new phone.

However, on the press invite is AT&T’s logo, which is significant because the company is slated to be the service provider for RIM’s new phone.

Blackberry phones have become less popular with the advent of the new iPhones and the Android models, which both feature touch screens.

RIM’s new phone also boasts an operating system that shares features similar to Google’s Android operating system and the iPhone’s operating system, featuring a touch-screen based interface.

On Wednesday, RIM’s shares increased 2.6 percent to close at $55.41 in New York.

“The earlier they are going to say it is going to be available on the shelves the better,” Avian Securities analyst Matt Thornton told Reuters. “They don’t want to miss one of the key seasons.”


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