Research In Motion's BlackBerry Style 9670 for Sprint is a new flip phone BlackBerry smartphone - the first to sport the same BlackBerry 6 operating system that is used by the Torch. Todd tested the Style out for us and put down his thoughts in this review.
The BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300 is the first Curve for T-Mobile USA and AT&T to support 3G data, as its name implies. Todd tests the phone out for us in this review and finds that the phone is solid, but lacking some of the sex appeal of other modern smartphones.
The new BlackBerry Torch 9800, available on AT&T today, is the first smartphone from Research In Motion to run its new OS 6 smartphone operating system. The Torch is also the first BlackBerry to feature both a QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen. Todd took it to the beach for a week and gave us this in-depth review.
Here's a review of the BlackBerry Bold 9650 smartphone for Verizon Wireless and Sprint. The Bold 9650 replaces the older Tour model and updates it by adding more RAM and giving the design an optical trackpad controller. Todd tests it all out for us in this in-depth review.
The team here at MobileBurn has put together a list of our favorite BlackBerry apps in hopes of helping you get the most out of your new BlackBerry smartphone.
RIM's free Twitter for BlackBerry (beta) offers a beautiful user interface and many of the features you'd expect from a fully baked product, although there are still some glaring omissions.
While the new BlackBerry Bold 9700 is smaller than the original Bold, this first 3G BlackBerry for T-Mobile (also on AT&T) still has the stuff to please 'Berry fans, including an upgraded camera and a new trackpad controller. Lauren tests it out for us in this review.
As the successor to RIM's first touchscreen phone, the Storm2 9550 hopes to provide users a new and improved messaging experience from its second generation device, including a new capacitive touchscreen, improved messaging support, and the new BlackBerry OS 5.0. Read on to see if the Storm2 can weather our smartphone tests.
The recently launched BlackBerry Curve 8520 for T-Mobile offers most of the 8900's appeal, but in a slightly less expensive package. It also is the first BlackBerry to feature the optical trackpad controller. We test it out in this review, which includes two HD videos.
The BlackBerry Tour 9630 is the latest high-end smartphone from RIM to land on Verizon and Sprint. It features a Bold-like keyboard in a smaller form factor. We test it out in this review, complete with two videos.