'Lack of apps, Slow, dated interface, Small display'
'Outdated OS, Unattractive design, Overpriced'
'Good-old QWERTY keypad, Offers both touchscreen and trackpad'
'Generous 8GB memory'
'Enhanced email and data security with BlackBerry Internet Service'
'Blackberry OS 7 '
'QWERTY is still great'
'Excellent battery performance'
'Poor touchscreen interface'
'Great design & Sturdy build'
'Tactile physical keyboard'
'Responsive platform performance'
'UMA-based Wi-Fi calling is excellent'
'Slim and good-looking'
'An outright disaster'
'Svelte design and solid build'
'New user interface and OS'
'A full Qwerty hard keyboard'
'Slim and sleek design with a great physical keyboard'
'BlackBerry OS 7 runs very smoothly'
'Great call quality'
'Slim form factor is perfect for pockets'
'Higher-megapixel camera '
'Better social networking functions.'
'The scalloped individually mounted keys feel secure and responsive and the layout is excellent.'
'good viewing angles'
'powerful and reliable phone'
'The BlackBerry Bold 9780 is a safe phone, based on a trusted model (the Bold 9700), and anyone that’s looking for reliability and ease of use will not be disappointed with it. '
'the external speaker is very good, having more body than many other rivals.'
'It also gets a faster processor and updates to BlackBerry OS 5.0.'
'The sleek and stylish BlackBerry Bold 9700 is T-Mobile's first 3G BlackBerry. '
' When the first BlackBerry Bold debuted late last year, I called it the best BlackBerry smartphone yet. '
'impressive colour reproduction'
'Call quality on the BlackBerry Bold 9700 was pretty good.'
'Bold 2) follows in the footsteps of the original premium BlackBerry Bold on AT&T and features a slimmer design, better camera, and both 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity.'
'the video playback was smooth, and I saw no pixelation or distortion.'
'great music phone thanks'
'Solid OS with a good number of features. '
'Much improved touch mechanism compared to original Storm. 3.5mm headphone jack.'
'Crisp and bright screen'
'Improved touch screen and Wi-F'
'Brilliant emailing device'
'superb sound quality'
'High-resolution 3.25in, 480 x 360 pixel display '
'good call quality'
'excellent media features'
'The thickness is less of an issue than we anticipated as well.'
'The Torch is the first phone to ship with version 6 of the BlackBerry OS, which has been completely redesigned to compete with today's best mobile OSes, like Apple's iOS and Google's Android. '
'The Torch represents RIM's most daring hardware and software to date. '
'Sharp and fast 5-MP camera'
'One of the niftiest new features is RIM's universal search. '
'smartphone features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS'
'the Curve 8900 is compatible with the carrier's My Faves calling service.'
'the 8900 is far superior in terms of media and messaging.'
'Nuance's excellent voice command software'
'Call quality rated extremely high on both ends, with crisp voice, and calling parties reporting that the Curve came through exceptionally loud on their end.'
'BlackBerry Curve 8900 impressive –'
'the 8900 should be compatible with the BlackBerry App World when its finally ready for Australians.'
'good voice quality'
'clear voice calls'
'The interface is clean and simple to navigate, thanks to its easy-to-identify icons.'
'great multitasking capabilities'
'Excellent full QWERTY keyboard. '
'excellent voice quality'
'Speakerphone was loud and clear, and worked without issue in a busy coffee shop.'
'crystal clear sound'
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