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The Blackberry Storm 2 enables smooth easy interaction between the user and the device with its comfortable responsive 3.25” touch screen. It enables the convenience of instant email with access to entertainment media.
Blackberry devices are known for their ability to provide instant reliable messaging. The Storm 2 excels in this department and ensures that staying in contact with business contacts and friends is easy with threaded text messages. Social networking is catered for on the Blackberry Storm 2 with the ability to instantly respond to Facebook updates.
Communication on the Storm 2 benefits from the improved touchscreen with the onscreen keyboard being both responsive and accurate. The screen additionally enhances the Internet experience with quick movement between web pages.
The inclusion of integrated WiFi 802.11b/g ensures that the Blackberry Storm 2 benefits from being able to download your favourite media content and applications in the most convenient manner. A 3.2 MPixel camera with flash, auto focusing and image stabilisation, means that you always get the picture you want.
The BlackBerry 9000 Bold provides all mobile facilities within one compact, practical unit. With the BlackBerry 9000 Bold it is possible to take advantage of high speed HSDPA connectivity for quick e-mail and Internet access. There is an impressive 1GB of internal storage and a microSDHC slot for additional memory cards. This along with the high resolution VGA display makes the BlackBerry 9000 Bold ideal for entertainment media.
GPS has been integrated into the BlackBerry Bold and it is supplied with BlackBerry Maps, for easy navigation. Geo-tagging has been included and this automatically records your location when taking a photo.
The BlackBerry 9000 Bold with its QWERTY keyboard is the perfect device for business and entertainment.
The BlackBerry Pearl Flip smartphone is a top of the range mobile phone that flips open and cradles the face naturally and comfortably during phone calls. It delivers exceptional voice quality and includes many premium phone features, including Speaker Independent Voice Recognition for Voice Activated Dialling, voicemail attachment playback and enhanced background noise cancellation. The removable/rechargeable 900 mAhr battery of the Blackberry Pearl 8220 provides four hours of talk time and over 14 days of standby time.
Featuring a large SureType QWERTY keyboard that makes typing messages and dialling numbers fast and easy, the BlackBerry Pearl Flip, like all BlackBerry smartphones, provides integrated access to the industry leading BlackBerry wireless services. Users are able to easily access up to 10 supported personal and work email accounts. The DataViz Documents-to-Go software suite is preloaded, allowing users to edit Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files directly on the handset.
For corporate or personal use, the BlackBerry seems to have been crowned king of mobile email. With an interface that offers intuitive usability, hardware that is fast and responsive and a form factor that just works the BlackBerry 9700 is the latest addition to RIM’s range.
The Blackberry Bold 9700 is the most sophisticated and functional device from the Canadian firm.
With a classic design that doesn't compromise usability the BlackBerry Bold 9700 is an elegant solution, with a leather back, which provides a luxurious feel, but also has a functional purpose in aiding grip and durability of the device.
When you want to complete email, instant messaging and data entry on the move, you need a keyboard that offers a natural feeling text input, not something that feels awkward and cumbersome to use.
Tactile feedback, soft touch paint, ergonomic design and the combination of materials result in keys on the BlackBerry 9700 that are a pleasure to use.
The good: The Nexus One has a gorgeous display, a lightning-fast processor, and a loaded feature set. The enhanced voice capabilities worked flawlessly, and the phone delivers solid performance.
The bad: Like other Android phones, the Nexus One forces you to store apps on the internal memory. The media player remains average, and it's missing some wanted features like multitouch support, dual-mode capability for GSM and CDMA networks, and hands-free Bluetooth dialing. Currently, Outlook calendar syncing is not available.
The good: The RIM BlackBerry Curve 8530 offers ease of use and a compact design. Its features include Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, GPS, and a 2-megapixel camera.
The bad: The smartphone feels a bit cheap and it has a low-resolution screen. Its call quality could be better.
The good: The RIM BlackBerry Bold 9700 features a sleeker design than its predecessor and adds a 3.5mm headphone jack, responsive optical trackpad, and an extra-sharp display. The smartphone is fast and offers the full range of wireless options and robust messaging capabilities.
The bad: The BlackBerry browser lags behind the competition in terms of usability and features. You can only download apps to the phone's main memory.
Sophisticated, minimalist design
Improved TouchFLO UI
Camera is just average
Software lags at times
The Touch Pro 2 marries functionality with clean aesthetics and intuitive usability, but the camera is mediocre.
Faster processor improves performance
Improved camera with video recording
Battery life still disappoints
Still no true multitasking
Performance enhancements distinguish the otherwise evolutionary step-up iPhone 3GS from its previous iterations.
With its full QWERTY keyboard, the HTC S743 is able to take advantage of its full suite of messaging options. As a Windows Mobile 6.1 based device, the HTC S743 interfaces seamlessly with Microsoft Exchange as well as personal POP3 and IMAP4 email protocols. Along with SMS and MMS messaging, support for a number of instant messaging standards is included with the HTC S743, making it fast and easy to stay in touch with friends and family while on the go.