BlackBerry Curve 9320

BlackBerry is going to bless its lovers with two upcoming curve smartphones which are BlackBerry Curve 9320 and BlackBerry Curve 9220. Both the smartphones are similar to each other but BlackBerry Curve 9320 is pretty better than BlackBerry Curve 9220. This upcoming new BlackBerry Curve 9320 is also going to maintain the standard of curve series of BlackBerry because of its specs and features.

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BlackBerry Porsche Design P9531

In the some news, BlackBerry upcoming smartphone “BlackBerry Porsche Design P9531” was leaked. This smartphone is going to be the CDMA version of earlier existing BlackBerry Porsche Design P9981. We will see no other improvement in specs as well in features in new BlackBerry Porsche Design P9531, it is exactly same but in network it will be supporting CDMA networks which is only the single change in this smartphone.

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BlackBerry 8120 Global Wi-Fi Device Unveiled For AT&T


AT&T and Research In Motion (RIM) today announced the BlackBerry Pearl 8120, a global handset with built-in Wi-Fi. The BlackBerry Pearl 8120 features a large, ultra-bright 240 x 260 px display that supports more than 65K-colors – measures just 4.2″ x 2.4″ x 0.5″ and weighs 3.2 ounces. Combining BlackBerry email and messaging capabilities, the Pearl 8120 includes RIM’s SureType keyboard with word completion, built-in spell-checker and user-customized dictionary – as well as simultaneous voice and data access when connected to a Wi-Fi network.

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New BlackBerry Touch-screen Devices To Be Launched

Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) on Wednesday unveiled five new BlackBerry phones with touch screens, as it hopes to revive the line’s dwindling appeal in the face of competition from the iPhone and Android smart-phones. The new phones had been expected earlier this year, but were delayed. Though the company is profitable and seeing growing sales worldwide, it is increasingly seen as a has-been that missed the chance to parlay the BlackBerry’s popularity as a corporate email device into mass-market dominance. The new BlackBerry touch-screen devices to be launched is aimed to change the situation.

RIM, which is based in Waterloo, Ontario, is updating its high-end Bold models to include touch screens. It’s also launching two Torch models with big screens but no physical keyboards, mimicking the basic design of the iPhone. RIM launched a keyboard-less touch-screen phone called the Storm in 2008, more than a year after the first iPhone, but the Storm’s quirky design and poor software made it a flop in the market.

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