The Blackberry Bold has been around for a while (having been released during summer last year) and it’s already been superseded by the Storm (which is probably in a tea-cup) though they are designed for different markets.
The Bold is a business phone, it has a nice screen and a keyboard that is usable – as usable as the earlier Curve and better than the dual key bodge of the Pearl.
The Storm is RIM’s attempt at a consumer phone to compete with the iPhone and public opinion says it pretty well fails at all counts, especially the software which is buggy.
Continue reading Blackberry Bold (mini review – 75%)
There seems to be a growing band of unhappy bunnies among Blackberry Storm customers, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal.
The paper reports that Research In Motion’s first touch-screen device has attracted a storm (sorry!) of complaints from users about the handset’s buggy software and temperamental hardware.
Continue reading BlackBerry Storm Gets Off To A Wobbly Start
The latest from the Blackberry stable, the Curve 8900, is now available on UK Vodafone and T-Mobile will have it in the US.
The Curve builds on the success of previous models – some people are even declaring it a combination of Curve, Bold and Storm.
With the screen from the Bold (high-res 2.4-inch 360×480), the 3.2Mpx camera from the Curve, WiFi, GPS and a very strong audio and video player, including divx playback, it’s going to be one to watch.
We’re hugely excited about getting our hands on the Blackberry Curve 8900.
Continue reading BlackBerry Curve 8900 Hits Vodafone UK, T-Mobile US